John Dinsdale – the understated Champion
A eulogy to the veteran EP-UK member and Secretary to the North West Division who died suddenly
in January aged just 62
DEFRA contaminated land capital grants to be axed
Emergency funding may be available
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Welcome to our new website!
Website welcome message from EPUK President
The quality of our environment does much to affect our wellbeing: a cleaner, pollution free environment is healthier, safer and more pleasant. EPUK aims to improve the quality of life of all UK residents by working for a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable UK.
EPUK is one of the UK’s oldest civil society associations, with a history going back over 100 years. Our members come from a wide range of different organisations, local government, regulatory authorities, academic institutions, businesses small and large and we have many individual members. All are actively engaged in the practical work of environmental protection and improvement.
By pooling our members’ knowledge and experience of environmental policy in practice, using it as evidence and engaging with UK Governments and Administrations we can make a real difference to national debates on the future direction of environmental policy in the UK.
We provide our members with opportunities for development, sharing knowledge and best practice through seminars, workshops and training events.
This website is our means of sharing our knowledge and experience beyond our membership. You will find up-to-date information on current environmental legislation, policy developments and events, briefings and news from our divisions and policy committees.
Members of EPUK can also access, update information and exchange views in a newly created, reserved section of the website containing all current issues/Government consultation documents and Minutes of the Air, Land and Noise Committees together with links to all our previous guidance documents, training packages, consultations and downloadable advice leaflets.
Please let us know about other pieces of information you would find useful by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We plan to develop our new site with your needs in mind.