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Category:3D printing process Category:Japanese inventionsSearch form News To help the Water Framework Directive (WFD) be implemented in England, the Environment Agency has commissioned a study looking at the degree to which the UK is meeting key objectives set out in the WFD. In this most recent study, the Environment Agency has looked at a number of key sub-sections of the WFD, including the objectives for the numbers of fish to be left in rivers and lakes, and their quality. This study has found that, on average, there are 2,000 fish too many in rivers and lakes in England and the numbers are declining. This is much higher than the number that the WFD requires. Additionally, the Environment Agency has found that there are fewer fish in the UK’s rivers and lakes than there were 30 years ago. The Environment Agency is now planning to publish its findings and recommendations in the Autumn. On Tuesday 18 September, the Environment Agency announced that the result of the first phase of an independent review into the Environment Agency’s monitoring and assessment of water quality will be published later this week. The review was commissioned by the Environment Agency in December 2016, and is being carried out by Professor Michael Grigg of the University of Liverpool. Michael Grigg was appointed to review the work of the Environment Agency’s water body network and river quality assurance programme, to consider the methodologies and approaches used to monitor and assess the quality of England’s waterways. Michael Grigg will now be publishing his report later this week. The Environment Agency is today announcing a new partnership with the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) to boost fish stocks in some of the UK’s most important rivers and lakes. The Environment Agency has been in discussions with NPWS to develop a co-operative approach to the delivery of initiatives which help to improve the fish habitat in England’s rivers and lakes. Both organisations are keen to find ways to improve water quality in order to benefit the health of the fish and the wider environment. The Environment Agency has today released the full report into the effectiveness of the Environment Agency’s (EA) water body network and its involvement with, and support for, flood resilience. The report’s findings present a clear, independent view into how the EA manages water bodies in order to help them cope with floods.