Managing Diffuse Pollution in a Priority Catchment Area – Annan +++MEETING CANCELLED+++
+++Please note this meeting is now cancelled – will try and reschedule as soon as possible+++
Rural diffuse pollution is the largest pollution pressure affecting water quality in Scotland. Sources include run-off from ring feeders and cattle watering points, slurry storage/spreading activities and the loss of soil following cultivation.
SEPA officers will be visiting rural land managers in the Annandale catchment over the next few months to discuss ways in which they can reduce the risk of diffuse pollution and provide advice on legislation, including the Diffuse Pollution General Binding Rules (GBRs).
Come along to find out more about what to expect from these visits and get practical advice on how to keep on the right side of the regulations, reduce your diffuse pollution risk and benefit your farm business.
Farming & Water Scotland will also be present to answer any of your questions.
This event is free to attend and open to all, to help us arrange catering and delegate pack information you are asked to book your place using the form below.