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Environmental Audit Committee
Accepting written evidence.
The Environmental Audit Committee will consider the nature, scale and impacts of nitrate pollution on the environment and human life, and review the Government’s approach to the regulation of the chemicals concerned and its approach to reducing them.
Evidence given by Dr Lucinda Gilfoyle, Head of Catchment and Coastal Strategy, Anglian Water, Paul Stanfield, Catchment Delivery Manager, Wessex Water, and Mark Morton, Senior Hydrogeologist, Yorkshire Water Services Ltd; 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, and Helen Browning, Chief executive, Soil Association (at 11.15am).
George Eustice MP, Minister of State, DEFRAHelen Wakeham, Deputy Director of water quality, groundwater and land contamination, Environment Agency
The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
Environmental Audit Committee takes evidence from Defra and the Environment Agency