RSS feeds are a simple way of keeping up to date with your favourite websites. We provide an RSS feed for our Press Releases and you can use this RSS feed to alert you when new content has been added to this section.
How do I setup an RSS feed?
To use RSS, you need a program called a newsreader or news aggregator. Setting up a feed differs from one aggregator to another but it usually involves copying the URL of the feed and pasting it into your newsreader. If you click the link on the right hand side of this page the URL can be copied from the address bar on your browser to your newsreader.
Examples of Readers currently available are:
- the Latest versions of web browsers like Internet explorer (from Version 7) and Mozilla Firefox have an RSS reader built into the browser and setting up a feed is as easy as following the prompts when you click on the orange RSS button on the licence details page.
- Some email clients like Microsoft Outlook 2007 have a built in RSS Reader. There is a mail box for RSS Feeds and a folder for each Feed you subscribe to. To Add an RSS Feed you simply select the command to 'Add a New RSS Feed' and copy in the URL from the orange RSS button on the licence details web page.
- There are Web readers which users can sign up to which allow them access their RSS Feeds from any web browser. Google and Yahoo provide readers in this category.
Press Release RSS Feeds obtain our latest press releases via RSS from the News web pageWe provide an RSS feed for our Press Releases and you can use this RSS feed to alert you when new content has been added to this section.
EPA Licence RSS Feeds from the EPA Licence Search web pages. The Licence RSS Feed is a simple way of keeping up to date with Licence applications in which you are interested. By subscribing to this RSS Feed you will receive alerts in your 'RSS Reader' when a new document has been added to these Licence applications on the website.
Prosecutions RSS Feeds obtain our latest prosecution details via RSS from the Enforement web pages. We provide an RSS feed for our Prosecutions and you can use this RSS feed to alert you when new content is added to this section.
Consultation Documents RSS Feeds obtain our latest consultation documents details via RSS. You can use this RSS feed to alert you when new content is added to this section.
Publications RSS Feeds obtain our latest publications details via RSS. You can use these RSS feeds to alert you when new publications are are added to each of the section. Set up RSS for each section that is of interest to you.