The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) is the environmental regulator for Scotland.
Nearly 1,000 unanswered information requests have been binned by the Scottish Government’s environmental watchdog (Sepa) without requesters being told.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has been accused of breaking the law by failing to maintain a public register of over 175,000 pollution permits.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency is under scrutiny by a new government standards watchdog for allegedly failing to stop sewage pollution.
Our new series 'Is environmental regulation in Scotland failing?' will look at the performance of the body tasked with protecting Scotland's environment, Sepa.
More than half of Scotland’s most popular beaches for wild swimming have been polluted with unsafe levels of sewage this summer.
An investigation has been launched by Scotland’s environmental watchdog into illegal gravel extraction on the River Clyde which could have “serious consequences” for wildlife and lead to flooding.
Sepa has not committed to publishing the results of its compliance assessments which names and shames firms who break environmental rules.
The global manufacturing giant, EGGER, has used the services of public relations company, Invicta Public Affairs, to lobby four MSPs on five different occasions since October last year.
A green charity has made an official complaint about the Scottish Government's allegedly “unlawful” approach to protecting bathing waters from sewage leaks.