Developed by a number of partner organisations including the Environment Agency, the Yellow Fish campaign seeks to increase awareness that only rain should go down surface water drains in the streets.
Groundwork’s Sustainability Consultants conducted pollution prevention visits at three industrial estates in Yorkshire during 2021-23 to identify and proactively tackle the root causes of disperse industrial pollution.
Contaminated water can pollute the environment, through activities such as vehicle washing, manufacturing, water cooling and cleaning of food production equipment. Read this blog to find out more.
The Cheshire Water Risk Reviews Project was delivered by Groundwork’s Sustainable Business Services team in partnership with the Environment Agency, United Utilities and the private sector. Reducing pollution risks The aim of the project was to deliver a site based water pollution risk review to identify and pro-actively tackle route causes of disperse industrial pollution…Read More »
Thanks to collaborative working with the Environment Agency and other partners our consultants have been able support hundreds of companies across the north of England to manage their water pollution risks in order for the region to help meet Water Framework Directive Requirements. Our Sustainable Business Services team engaged 22 companies across 3 industrial estates:…Read More »