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SEPA publish priorities for next three years

28 March 2024

Scotland’s principal environment regulator have published a new Corporate Plan setting out how they will protect and improve Scotland’s environment over the next three years.

Scotland’s recycling rate hits all-time high

26 March 2024

This is a policy statement and relates to the Official Statistics Publication for Scotland – Scottish Waste From All Sources 2022 published at 9.30am on Tuesday 26 March 2024.

SEPA launch consultation on review of areas most at risk of flooding across Scotland

25 March 2024

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) are consulting on a review of Potentially Vulnerable Areas (PVAs) to protect communities from future impacts of flooding, as the number of homes, businesses and services at risk across Scotland is projected to increase by around 40% by the 2080s due to climate change.

Hundreds of tonnes of fly-tipped waste removed from Perth site

25 March 2024

Over 230 tonnes of illegally dumped rubbish and waste has been removed from a fly-tipping black-spot at Friarton, Perth.

Disrupting Digital Dumpers – SEPA tackles online waste criminals with new digital pilot

21 March 2024

As the number of adverts on digital platforms promoting illegal waste collection services hits an all-time high, Scotland’s environmental regulator is tackling environmental criminality in the online world.

Wet winter doesn’t negate need for water scarcity plans

13 March 2024

Nobody will be surprised to hear that Scotland experienced a very wet autumn and winter - but abstractors are being reminded they still need to plan ahead in case conditions change.