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Relief for rivers as rainfall revives water levels in parts of Scotland

07 July 2023

The latest water scarcity report confirms the Rivers Annan, Nith, the Outer Hebrides, and the Loch Maree area have improved from Significant Water Scarcity to Moderate Scarcity.

Members reappointed to the Scottish Environment Protection Agency Board

06 July 2023

The Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Net Zero and Just Transition, Màiri McAllan MSP, today announced the reappointment of Craig Hume, Julie Hutchison and Dr Harpreet Kohli as Members of the Board of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.

Update: Portbello West and Central bathing waters

19 July 2023

“Precautionary advice against bathing at Portobello beach was put in place on Thursday 13th July after Scottish Water notified SEPA of an issue with the McDonald Road waste water pumping station that had the potential to impact water quality.

Changes to signage at Portobello West and Central Bathing waters

13 July 2023

“On Thursday 13th July, we were notified by Scottish Water of an issue with the McDonald Road Waste Water Pumping station in Broughton that has the potential to impact water quality at Portobello West and Central bathing waters.

Advice against bathing at Monifieth bathing water

07 July 2023

“Following a routine bathing water sample, SEPA have confirmed an ongoing pollution incident potentially affecting Monifieth bathing waters.

Four more areas across Scotland now in Significant water scarcity situation

30 June 2023

The rivers Annan and Nith in the southwest, as well as the Black Isle and the Outer Hebrides, are now in Significant water scarcity, the highest level, following a period of prolonged, dry weather.