Today, we are looking at coverage of Ofwat’s announcement of new powers to take enforcement action against water companies that do not link dividend payments to performance.
Today, we are looking at coverage of Operator Self Monitoring in The i.
Today, we are looking at our response to the ‘Our Troubled Rivers’ documentary which ran on BBC2 on Sunday 5 March.
Today, we are looking at recent coverage of PFAS chemicals in The Guardian.
On Monday 20th February, the Environment Secretary Thérèse Coffey set out a clear ask for all water companies in England to share their plans on improving Britain’s water infrastructure. As part of a drive for better water quality, every water …
There has been inaccurate coverage in the i this weekend following the launch of their Save Britain’s Rivers campaign. The headline claim on Saturday that only 6% of Britain’s rivers are on course to be healthy by 2027 is completely …
The Times has launched its Clean It Up campaign which calls for more action to tackle water pollution. We welcome the awareness it will raise of this critically important issue and scrutiny on the work being taken to tackle it.
There has been coverage following the Environment Agency’s publication of updated River Basin Management Plans for England, which incorrectly claims that the target for Good status of England’s water bodies has moved back to 2063.
Under new plans, money from water company fines will be invested directly back into environmental and water quality improvement projects.
Today we are looking at coverage in the Times of the Environment Agency’s inspections of bathing water pollution incidents.