Deputy Director for Sustainable Business Van Griffiths and Net Zero Manager Simon Dawes attended the event and share the details
Event Duration Monitoring data for 2021 shows that water and sewerage companies have a long way to go to reduce the use of storm overflows.
Exploring part of the vital maintenance that reduces flood risk.
Following the recent Spending Review, which set government budgets for the next three Financial Years, the Environment Agency has now received its allocations for FY 2022/23 and finalised its plans.
On 18 November 2021, the Environment Agency and Ofwat announced major investigations into potential widespread non-compliance by water and sewerage companies at sewage treatment works. This update sets out what we’re investigating, what has happened since we announced the investigation and more about what flow-to-full treatment is.
In 2021, the Environment Agency outlined how it would reach net zero by 2030. Here, Sustainable Business Manager Simon Dawes looks back at the challenges and achievements – and anticipates what’s yet to come in 2022.
Our Area Environment Manager Rachael Caldwell looks at what we can all do to improve water quality over the festive season.
In today’s blog we look at how the Environment Agency helped to restore 1km of urban chalk stream in West Sussex. By Gareth Williams, Environment Programme manager Solent and South Downs In order to restore one chalk stream in …
James Bevan, Chief Executive of the Environment Agency At the Environment Agency we’re very good at building walls and embankments to reduce the risk of flooding to vulnerable communities. The trouble is, in a changing climate that is not enough. …
On Monday 18 October, the Environment Agency investigated an incident on the River Mimram when it was reported that a stretch of water had turned purple following heavy rain. They found some small patches of purple colour noticeable in places, …
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