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SEPA publishes invasive non-native species plan

Invasive non native species pose a threat to the quality of Scotland’s water environment.  To provide a more coordinated approach to preventing deterioration and tackling the problem, SEPA has published a supplementary plan - Managing Invasive Non-Native Species in Scotland’s Water Environment.

The plan outlines the roles of organisations and partners involved in risk assessment, monitoring, classification, data collection, and prevention and control mechanisms. The Statutory Group on Non Native Species (SGNNS) will be responsible for the plan, ensuring the actions are undertaken, and assessing the effectiveness of this strategic approach to preventing the spread of non native species in Scotland.

 

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