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WaterAid Making a Difference in Mozambique

Posted By: ADMIN, 15 November 2016, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: WaterAid, Environment Agency, Mozambique, water, Sanitation,
We have spoken before about the charity WaterAid and the work they do in countries where most people do not have access to clean, safe water. Recently they sent a worker from the Environment Agency to see exactly how money raised can make a difference. Emily Gordon is a representative for the Environment Agency's corporate charity - WaterAid...
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Bathing Water Quality in UK

Posted By: ADMIN, 14 July 2014, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Bathing Water Quality, EU, Surfers Against Sewage, Raw Sewage, Pollution, Environment Agency, EEA, European Environment Agency, Bathing, Safety, Illness, E Coli, Beaches
The EU's new Bathing Water Directive is causing controversy even before it has come into force. The tougher new rules mean that in some places, water that is currently considered perfectly safe for bathing, will be classed as dangerous to bathe in next year. Mr Morris is an MP from Lancashire and he thinks that the Bathing Water Directive is just meddling from the European Union...
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Fracking in the UK

Posted By: ADMIN, 08 July 2014, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Fracking, USA, United Kingdom, Environment Agency, Methane, water, Explosion, Hydraulic Fracturing, David Cameron
Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing is a huge talking point both here in the United Kingdom and in the United States. Fracking is the name given to the process of fracturing rock with pressurised liquid, this liquid is normally water, mixed with sand/chemicals. The fractures created are typically around 1mm wide, just enough to allow natural gas or oil to be released...
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UK Water Efficiency Awards 2014

Posted By: ADMIN, 20 June 2014, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: UK Water Efficiency Awards 2014, Save Water, WWF Living Planet Centre, Environment Agency, Waterwise, Anglian Water, Gabi H2O, Rain Water Harversting
There is more and more pressure on us all to be more efficient. We want more efficient homes, efficient belongings such as smartphones and televisions, we are now more aware of the impact of our actions on the environment and we are now recognising the need to be more efficient in our water usage. Monday saw the UK Water Efficiency Awards take place at the WWF Living Planet Centre...