North Kesteven District Council is committed to ensuring that contaminated land present is identified and dealt with.
Lincolnshire has a long history of managing flood risk from the sea and from rivers.
Radon is a colourless, odourless and tasteless natural gas found in soil and rocks.
Information on ways pollution is controlled in the county.
Useful information about drainage and sewage issues.
Useful information about animal and pest control issues.
Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral of which there are 3 main types.
North Kesteven District Council is actively involved in assessing and controlling air quality throughout the District.
We consider numerous factors when determining if a bonfire is a statutory nuisance.
The Environmental Health Team will investigate or advise on all aspects of noise complaints.
If you get your drinking water from somewhere other than a Water Company then it is likely you have a private water supply.
Certain types of artificial light, if improperly sited or used, could give rise to statutory nuisance.
The Weeds Act 1959 classifies certain species of weed that grow in the UK for specific control.
Most of us are troubled by unpleasant smells at some time.
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