The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) has been given £6m to study the emerging risks of chemicals to UK habitats and wildlife
The Environment Agency (EA) has received an application for a permit to discharge treated sewage effluent during construction of the proposed nuclear power station at Hinkley Point C
A non-native invasive plant has been found to successfully remove heavy metals from a polluted Welsh river
The Church of Scientology has proposed a new sewage treatment plant to replace one installed just three years ago after it caused repeated pollution of a watercourse
Northumbrian Water Ltd (NWL) has been ordered to pay more than £33,600 in fines and costs for three separate pollution incidents, after staff failed to follow company procedures
The environmental regulator has accepted the findings of its own internal report that says it is failing to reduce the number of high risk illegal waste sites across England
Regulator Natural Resources Wales (NRW) has reduced Welsh Water’s rating from a ‘good’ 3-star rating to a 2-star rating which means it is ‘requiring improvements’.
The water sector is not doing enough to reduce serious pollution as new figures reveal another rise in category 1 incidents, the Environment Agency (EA) has said.
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