How do I report water pollution?

Water pollution incidents Any incidents of water pollution in rivers or brooks can be reported to the Environment Agency using their Incident Hotline on 0800 80 70 60 (Freephone, 24 hour service). Please do not use e-mail to report an incident, as this could delay the response.

How do I report pollution UK?

If you see pollution on one of our canals or rivers, please report it. If it’s a major pollution incident (for example, something causing fish or other wildlife distress), please call either the Environment Agency for England on 0800 80 70 60 or Natural Resources Wales on 0300 065 3000.

Can you report someone for wasting water UK?

You can report waste crime anonymously to Crimestoppers, such as dumping large amounts of waste illegally.

How do I report something to the Environment Agency?

In England: Report waste and environmental crime by: Call the Environment Agency incident hotline Telephone: 0800 80 70 60 (24-hour service). Contact CrimeStoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555 111. By filling out an Anonymous Online Form.

How do I contact Environmental Health UK?

You can contact Environmental Health by calling 020 7361 3002 or you can email; [email protected] . to discuss your needs and to speak to an officer.

How do I get in touch with the Environment Agency?

Contact details: For general enquiries to the Environment Agency please call the local office (see below) or 0645 333 111.

What is environmental nuisance?

An environmental nuisance is generally defined as: unreasonable interference (or likely interference) with an environmental value caused by emissions of aerosols, fumes, light, noise, odour, particles (including dust) or smoke; or. unhealthy, offensive or unsightly conditions caused by contamination.

What do the Environment Agency do?

We are the Environment Agency. We protect and improve the environment. We help people and wildlife adapt to climate change and reduce its impacts, including flooding, drought, sea level rise and coastal erosion. We improve the quality of our water, land and air by tackling pollution.

Can you burn trees in your garden?

According to government guidance, there are no laws that prohibit you from burning rubbish and lighting bonfires in your garden. However, there are rules in place to prevent bonfires from causing a nuisance to neighbours or a hazard to safety, and there are certain types of waste you can and can’t burn.

Are reports to environmental health Anonymous?

For example, this might be the Environmental Health Department of your local authority or your local housing association. Whoever you wish to make a complaint to, they will generally be able to guarantee your confidentiality.

How do I report a health and safety anonymously?

HSE advises concerned workers to report using the online form. It also says that they don’t have to fill in their name and contact details. Alternatively, they can call 0300 003 1647 and an officer will take them through the form over the phone – but again they do not have to disclose their name and contact details.

What agency should be notified of any environmental violations?

EPA’s Report an Environmental Violation website provides a way for you to report suspected environmental violations. Assuring compliance with our nation’s environmental laws is one of EPA’s primary commitments.