Tag: The Environment Agency

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New EA contract helps protect water resources

The Environment Agency has awarded a 4-year contract to Meteor Communications for the provision of telemetry systems, services and data hosting for water quality monitoring systems

Taking control of on-site emissions

Casella's Guardian2 seems to offer a flexible and cost effective way to get up and running quickly with boundary monitoring of contaminated land .

Pinpointing pollution sources

Steve Mustow of WYG on why we need to ensure that nutrient pollution control doesn't stand in the way of new development while continuing to protect sensitive aquatic environments

Keeping compliant across the UK: Differences in environmental legislation

Simon Knott of consultancy Naturally Compliant offers an overview of important differences in environmental legislation between the different countries in the UK .

Water mentor wins funding

DEFRA has granted funding of £150k to a business network that is aimed at helping firms manage their water issues more effectively. The group,...
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First continuous air quality monitoring for Faroe Islands

THE Environment Agency of the Faroe Islands together with the municipality of Tórshavn has installed two ambient air quality monitoring stations as part of...

Gates will hold back the water

WORK has started in Harwich to repair the 13 flood gates that reduce the risk of tidal flooding to more than 1200 properties in...

Flood funding could bring an autumn start

FUNDING agreements are nearing completion to clear the way for a £23m flood defence scheme in Warrington. The Environment Agency scheme was granted planning permission...
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