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Title: Environmental progress made in a business like way : National Rivers Authority annual report and accounts 1992/93
Author: National Rivers Authority
Document Type: Monograph
The National Rivers Authority (NRA) came into being following Royal Assent of the Water Act 1989 on 6 July 1989, taking up its full statutory duties at vesting on 1 September 1989. The appointed role was that of an independent watchdog to regulate water undertakers and protect the aquatic environment. The Authority has statutory duties and powers under the 1991 Water Resources Act for water resources, pollution control, flood defences, fisheries, recreation, conservation and navigation throughout England and Wales. Its water quality and fisheries responsibilities extend into coastal waters. The NRA is also the Competent Authority for twenty European Community Environmental Directives. This report contains sections on: Mission Statement; Financial Summary; Letter to the Secretaries of State and the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food; Chairmans Statement; Report of the Board and Regional Committees; Chief Executives Review; Integrated Approach and Achievements; Water Quality; Water Resources; Flood Defence; Fisheries; Recreation; Conservation; Navigation; Business Support Services; Financial Statements.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1993
Publication Place: Bristol
Subject Keywords: Annual reportsNational Rivers AuthorityWater resources
Geographic Keywords: EnglandWales
Extent: 88
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