WORK to save a critically endangered mollusc has taken a big step forward thanks to a pioneering programme at a hatchery near Brecon.
The Environment Agency is investigating after a large amount of diesel was spilled into a brook. The brook, part of which is also known as the Wash Brook, flows through Oadby, Knighton Park and into
Modest pollution in many English rivers is enough to kill 80% of eggs, increasing concerns over insects which are vital to all ecosystems
River Ayr fishermen left furious after herd of cows caused pollution blight with problems running for miles
Rogue farmers are allowing their beasts to charge into a tributary of the river and trample in muck at will causing anglers to pack up. Herds of cows caused a pollution blight on the River
A Leeds-based house building company has been fined £120,000 for illegally polluting a watercourse from a Huddersfield construction site. Company failed to control silt run-off from its Farriers Croft estate.
Two contractors have been ordered to pay more than £180,000 in fines and costs for polluting groundwater with over 11,000 litres of diesel during the re-development of Christchurch Hospital, Dorset.
First major Enforcement Undertaking secures more than £280,000 of environmental benefits for communities impacted by AWPR pollution
Following extensive investigations and enforcement action by SEPA between 2015 and 2017, the Construction Joint Venture (CJV) building the multi-million pound Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) have offered the funding in an Offer of Enforcement
Interserve Construction Limited (ICL) has been fined £54,000 with £5,955 costs after admitting a single incident of discharging silt-laden water into a tributary of the River Rother in Burwash, East Sussex on 1 October 2014.
Thames Water will face “its biggest ever fine” after pumping millions of gallons of untreated sewage into the River Thames, a judge has warned
Thames Water will face its “biggest ever fine” after pumping millions of gallons of untreated sewage into the River Thames, a judge has warned. The company admitted water pollution and other offences at sewage facilities
A clay company has paid a heavy price for a toxic discharge which saw a hazardous chemical enter a river near St Austell. In a case brought by the Environment Agency, Imerys Minerals have been