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Title: Water quality strategy : draft for consultation
Author: Environment Agency
Document Type: Monograph
Annotation: EA additional title info: 11 December 1996
This document describes the Environment Agency's Water Quality Strategy. The Water Quality Strategy is one in a set of eleven: Integrated Pollution Control; Radioactive Substances; Water Quality; Waste Management an Regulation; Contaminated Land; Water Resources; Flood Defence; Fisheries; Recreation; Conservation; and Navigation. The Agencys strategy for water quality sets out the underlying principles and objectives for delivery of Agency's responsibilities. Moreover, it aims to protect, manage and enhance the quality of all controlled waters including rivers, groundwaters, lakes and canals, estuaries and coastal waters, and thereby contribute to sustainable development.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 1996
Publication Place: Bristol
Subject Keywords: Water qualityStrategiesRiversCanalsGroundwaterLakesEstuariesCoastal waters
Extent: 14
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