Specialist contractors will tomorrow spend the day removing 12 giant bags of asbestos dumped on a river bank in a remote part of the Fens.
A clean up operation costing thousands of pounds is under way to clear 12 bags of asbestos dumped on the river bank in a remote part of the Fens.
A massive operation to find those responsible for fly tipping on an industrial scale along the A142 at Mepal has been launched by East Cambs Council.
Work has stopped on filling Saxon Pit, Whittlesey – that in places is up to 27 feet deep – following evidence of a “large scale problem” of illegal waste being deposited there.
Over 30 questions have been put to Cambridgeshire County Council as part of our investigation into how the deputy leader of the council Roger Hickford acquired the tenancy of a county council farm.
The second year of work to raise the banks of the Ouse Washes between Earith and Mepal has been completed by the Environment Agency.
Emergency services were called to Forty Foot Bank this morning after a yellow fuel bowser was discovered in the river.
A man who ran illegal tyre recycling plants in Whittlesey which posed a fire risk to homes and transport infrastructure has been handed a suspended prison sentence.
By an overwhelming majority the planning committee of Cambridgeshire County Council has rejected plans for an energy from waste plant at Waterbeach.
The Environment Agency (EA) has warned of “ongoing and significant pollution” of a stretch of the River Great Ouse in Cambridgeshire.
An injured seal spotted on the Great River Ouse has been tracked down and treated.
A skip hire operator who ran an illegally licensed site at Waterbeach has been handed a suspended prison sentence and ordered to pay £5,600 in costs.
There are “grave reservations” about a planned new waste incinerator after it emerged the company hoping to build and run it has breached environmental permits at other sites across the country.