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, …
Posts about our work to improve the water environment
Water Quality Technical Specialist, Neil Dunlop, gives us a personal view of the River Thames and the multi-billion pound programme of work to improve water quality
Field Officer Ruth talks about our work sampling bathing water.
Research Scientist Kerry talks about our use of DNA technology to understand what’s in the water.
The social benefits of the natural environment and green space are well understood and researched, but what about the benefits of blue space?
Laboratory scientist, Sean, takes us through the science behind bathing water monitoring.
Lucy takes us through a day in the life of a bathing water sampler #WaterWarrior
The Chair of the Environment Agency, Emma Howard Boyd, visited the River Wharfe in Ilkley, Yorkshire, last week.
Over on today's blog we take a look at the importance of chalk streams and a particular project in the River Beane to improve the site.
EA Local Project Manager Harri Condie, discusses how stakeholders have come together to improve Felixstone.