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CHIPPENHAM, England, October 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Environment Agency (EA) is taking huge strides forward in mobile working supported by Peak-Ryzex mobile managed
World War II bombing raids could provide valuable insight as to how modern aviation technology is affecting our weather today.
PASADENA, Calif., Sept. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE: JEC) announced today that it received a 2-year extension of its term on the National Engineering and Environmental Consultancy Agreement framework with the Environment Agency of England and Wales.
By Mark Tallentire A WATER company has defended its environmental record after a conservation group said it was being allowed to dump unregulated sewage in the region's rivers.
By Tony Henderson RECENT flooding has been part of the price for the way the landscape has been changed in the past, a North river scientist has said.
TWO fishermen were arrested on suspicion of casting illegal nets. A crackdown on poaching has seen the Environment Agency step up its patrols on the River Wear in a bid to protect migrating salmon and sea trout.
WITH blame flying in all directions, spokesman STUART BRENNAN from the Environment Agency has answered concerns about the handling of the floods.
By Gillman, Susanna Thames Water has been instructed to revise parts of its plan for a reservoir near Abingdon in Oxfordshire by the Environment Agency.
By Tony Henderson THE success of a five-year environment- led regeneration programme in the North East was marked yesterday.
By LIZ WALKER LANDFILL bosses have come under fire after a controversial site was found to have fallen short of environmental standards. The Environment Agency found the SITA UK facility at Path Head, near Ryton, Gateshead, had breached four conditions of its licence.
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.