A river has been polluted with 120,000 gallons of slurry after an accidental spill at a farm in Pembrokeshire. The slurry has spread to the Afon Dyfan, a tributary of the River Teifi, near Cilgerran.
A water company has been fined £500,000 after thousands of gallons of raw sewage flooded a park in Birmingham. Severn Trent Water said it was “truly sorry” for the spillage in Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield
Worried Carmarthenshire farmer describes the pollution problem as a ‘catastrophe’ and says solutions are badly needed A farmer who once caught salmon and trout by the dozen fears slurry has slowly suffocated the rivers and
Tests are being carried out on two piranhas found dead in a Yorkshire fishing lake. People living in the village of Edlington, near Doncaster, have suggested the notorious fish could be responsible for a decline
Revealed: The 10 English beaches tourists are told are too dangerous to swim at because the water is too dirty
•Environment Agency tests water quality at 420 bathing spots around England between May andSeptember •Beachesthat failed to meet strict standards include Weston-super-Mare main and Scarborough’s South Bay •Others ruled unfit for bathing are Tynemouth Cullercoats,
Hundreds of fish died in the spill and one local angler thinks the death toll was even higher and isn’t happy with the way the case was dealt with. The company responsible for an oil
Two environmental charities will receive donations after the Environment Agency accepted an Enforcement Undertaking following two pollution incidents in the River Nene in Northampton.