New reports published by the Environment Agency show that pollution incidents from water companies are falling while the quality of the water environment continues to rise. Read more
National Resources Wales is taking a new, innovative approach to flood maintenance work on the River Rhymney which is benefiting bot Read more
The quality of drinking water and bathing water, and the effectiveness of waste water treatment across the European Union continues to improve - but challenges remain. Read more
Ofwat has launched a new consultation seeking views on how to encourage water companies to deliver more of the outcomes customers want. Read more
A new report is warning that the majority of new local plans in England are failing to cut carbon emissions and to plan for the scale of severe weather Read more
Yorkshire Water has reduced flood risk to 15,000 homes in Hull as its new £16 million Bransholme storm water pump station officially opens. Read more
The Environment Agency has announced that the long-awaited Horncastle flood storage reservoir can now be used to reduce flood risk to hundreds of local homes and businesses.
Van Oord has been awarded the contract for East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm by ScottishPower Renewables (part of the Iberdrola Group) for the transport and installation of 102 three-legged jacket foundations.
Anglian Water has become the first water company to trial thermal imaging drones to detect leaking water pipes.
The climate change challenges facing the UK economy, environment and public health have been laid out in the government’s latest Climate Change Risk Assessment, published today which sets out the 6 priority risk areas requiring further action in the UK over the next 5 years.
Ahead of retail market opening in April 2017, a major new survey commissioned by Ofwat has found that only one-third of businesses in England are currently aware they can switch supplier.
The total reported economic losses caused by weather and climate-related extremes in the EEA member countries in the period 2010-2015 were around €66.5 billion, according to new figures released by the European Environment Agency.