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National Pollution Reporting

To enter a new pollution report, select a location or an existing marker on the map then select Add Report from the menu. To download existing reports or photographs select Downloads. To view or download archived reports select Archives. Detailed explanations are available from the Help menu.

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National Pollution Reporting

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Add New Report (No. )

Where possible, contact the statutory environment agency for your area and obtain an agency reference number. Provide them with as much information as possible. (Telephone: England/Scotland/Northern Ireland EA/SEPA/NIEA: 0800 80 70 60 - NRW Wales: 0300 065 3000).

Pollution Type
Can you see any dead fish?
Water Type
Severity of the pollution incident

EA/SEPA/NIEA/NRW Reference No.
Volunteer Bailiff ID
Description (Maximum 2000 characters)
Please add any photographs before submitting your report.
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Report Details

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Pollution Type
Can you see any dead fish?
Severity of the pollution incident
EA/SEPA/NIEA/NRW Reference No.
Volunteer Bailiff ID

Description
Submit
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Add Photograph

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Downloads

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Useful Links

https://anglingtrust.net/about-us/  The Angling Trust is the national governing body representing all game, coarse and sea anglers and angling in England. We lobby government, campaign on environmental and angling issues and run national and international competitions. We fight pollution, commercial over-fishing at sea, over-abstraction, poaching, unlawful navigation, local bans and a host of other threats to angling...

 

https://fishlegal.net/ Fish Legal has successfully fought everyone from rogue farmers to multinational corporations on behalf of its members while in many cases the government and statutory bodies have done little or nothing. We win pollution cases against companies large and small, allowing compensation to be put where it is most needed – to the angling clubs and fishery owners affected, so that they can restore their waters. We have only been able to do this thanks to the loyal support of our members...

 

https://cvfc.org.uk/cvfc2021 The Colne Valley Fisheries Consultative is a membership organisation open to local riparian owners, angling clubs, holders of fishing rights, private and commercial fishery managers, local government and environmental groups and anyone having an interest in aquatic habitats in the Colne Valley catchment. We are delighted to assist the Angling Trust in developing a Nationwide pollution reporting App...

 

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Entering and Updating Pollution Reports

https://youtu.be/EtjJJpFIrqI  This video explains how to enter and update pollution reports using the National Pollution Reporting application. It shows how to select an accurate location and assists users to quickly describe different types of pollution and upload photographs. It runs for 3 minutes and 50 seconds.

Downloading Pollution Reports and Displaying Archives

https://youtu.be/vPVHRTDvN7U  This video shows how to download reports and photographs. It briefly explains the formats available and where they are used. It also shows how to select and display archived reports. The video is 1 minute and 16 seconds long.

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