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The Environmental Information Regulations (EIRs) give a right of access to obtain information about the environment held by public authorities, subject to exceptions. Like the Freedom of Information Act, the EIRs were brought in to encourage openness within the public sector.
Requests under the EIRs can be made by letter, email or verbally via telephone or in person.
Environmental information is divided into the following six main areas:
The contact details to be used in order to submit a request under the Environmental Information Regulations can be found here on the FOI make a request page.
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