Environment Agency fisheries specialists have been out in Shropshire rescuing fish stranded in dried up rivers, as 3 months of little rain takes its toll. Yesterday, officers were out on the Teme at Lower Stanage […]
ANGLERS, being allowed back once again to fish along the Leeds and Liverpool Canal in Craven following a relaxing of Government guidance during the coronavirus lockdown, are being asked to report incidents of fish distress […]
More than 2,000 fish have been killed due to a slurry pollution incident in west Wales. Officers have been on site taking samples and conducting fish surveys since the incident was first reported on the […]
Two Nottinghamshire farming companies have been fined a total of £28,800 for causing pollution to a pond through the discharge of maize silage effluent from Sutton Grange farm in Sutton-cum-Lound near Retford. The incident also […]
The company was fined £60k in respect of two separate discharges from a sewage treatment works at Killinchy, County Down in 2017. It was also fined £20,000 for a fish kill near Castlewellan in 2016 […]
At the present time businesses, govements, conservation bodies and members of the public are becoming increasingly aware and concerned about the environmental impacts associated with the discharge of silty (sediment rich) waters into our inland […]
Severn Trent Water has been fined £350,000 for polluting the River Amber in an incident that left tens of thousands of fish dead.