Breached exemption on soils and stones results in fine from EA

Earlier this month, Wiser Environment reported on the EA’s investigations into the use of waste soils on construction sites which showed that many are unable to provide evidence to demonstrate their compliance with regulations. The investigations have resulted in...

EA charging review may limit provision of free advice

Wiser Environment understands that the Environment Agency has commenced a wide-ranging review of its charging regime which may limit their provision of free advice. Driven by the Cabinet Office’s Regulatory Futures Review, the Environment Agency (EA) is undertaking a...

EA investigations target waste soils

Recent Environment Agency investigations into the use of waste soils on construction sites have shown that many are unable to provide evidence to demonstrate their compliance with regulations. With the resulting greater scrutiny and a number of high profile court...

Are you up to date with evolving Fire Prevention Plan guidance?

Wiser Environment looks at the development of Fire Prevention Plan guidance over the last twelve months. Whilst there have been no formal updates to the Environment Agency’s Fire Prevention Plan (FPP) Guidance since it was published on the 29th July 2016, the detail...