Water industry and the agricultural sector questioned on nitrates

06 March 2018

The Environmental Audit Committee continues its inquiry on nitrates. For this session it hears from the water industry and the agricultural sector about their respective roles, and whether more could be done to reduce the pollution.


Tuesday 6 March 2018, Thatcher Room, Portcullis House

At 10.15 am

  • Dr Lucinda Gilfoyle, Head of Catchment and Coastal Strategy, Anglian Water
  • Paul Stanfield, Catchment Delivery Manager, Wessex Water
  • Mark Morton, Senior Hydrogeologist, Yorkshire Water Services Ltd

At 11.15 am

  • Paul Cottington, Environment and Land Use Adviser, SW National Farmers Union
  • Aileen Lawson, Senior Policy Officer Ulster Farmers Union
  • Fraser McAuley, Land Use Policy Adviser, CLA
  • Jane Salter, Head of Environment Policy, Agricultural Industries Confederation
  • Helen Browning, Chief executive, Soil Association

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