[45] On leaving her post as CEO in June 2008 Barbara Young responded to these suggestions, predicting that the Pitt report was unlikely to recommend the break-up of the Environment Agency. Take Charge is Greater Wellington's business Pollution Prevention Program to improve on site environmental management. The operational arm of the Environment Agency consists of 16 areas, all of which report to the Director of Operations. Volunteer with a community group or get started in your own backyard.

The Environment Agency carries out an advisory function in development control ” commenting on planning applications within flood risk areas, providing advice to assist planning authorities in ensuring that any development is carried out in line with the National Planning Policy Framework.

1 Roles and responsibilities Their services are outstanding because of the highly skilled and experienced team of cleaners in their company who never compromise the quality of equipment, materials and safety used during any cleaning project.

Chief Executive: Professor Ed Gallagher (1995”2000) [47], Winter 2015-16 Floods[edit] Opening hours: Most Environment Agency offices are open 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (except bank holidays). The Agency is a regulator of angling and sells over a million rod licences a year. The Agency is the regulatory authority for all waste management activities including the licensing of sites such as landfill, incineration and recycling facilities. – Hertfordshire and North London

The Environment Agency operates numerous locks, such as this one at Godstow, Oxfordshire

– Devon and Cornwall, South East The Environment Agency has an Air Quality Modelling and Assessment Unit (AQMAU) that aims to ensure that air quality assessments for permit applications, enforcement and air pollution incident investigations are consistent, of a high standard and based on sound science. The Environment Agency is responsible for operating, maintaining and replacing an estimated £20 billion worth of flood risk management (FRM) installations. These are backed up by the Evidence directorate.

One deals with Flood and Coastal Risk Management and the other with Environment and Business.

Browse property details, photos, videos, open homes from licensed real estate agents. 4.8 Other marine responsibilities View 940 homes available for sale in Wellington, New Zealand. The Agency uses its influence and provides education to change attitudes and behaviour towards the environment. It concluded the agency could reduce the need for extra funding by improving cost effectiveness. A number of reports have been produced which chart various developments in flood management. It took over the roles and responsibilities of the National Rivers Authority (NRA), Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Pollution (HMIP) and the waste regulation authorities in England and Wales including the London Waste Regulation Authority (LWRA). Pitt’s review, published in full in June 2008 contained 92 recommendations looking at all aspects of the “biggest civil emergency in British history”. Information and resources on environemental topics. Local authorities regulate air pollution from smaller industrial processes. The programme educates people about pollution prevention, targeting industry sectors and geographic areas to assist with compliance and cleaner production methods. All our facilities are open. FloodAlerts In partnership with the Met Office it runs the Flood Forecasting Centre (FFC) which provides warnings of flooding which may affect England and Wales. The Environment Agency (EA) is a non-departmental public body, established in 1995 and sponsored by the United Kingdom government’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), with responsibilities relating to the protection and enhancement of the environment in England (and until 2013 also Wales).