RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It refers to files easily read by a computer called XML files that automatically update information.

The EPA offers free rss/xml feeds for you to add to your reader or website.  Simply navigate to the information you wish to subscribe to from the list below, and from that page click the 'Subscribe to this feed' option.

Google Chrome users: Google Chrome does not have a built-in RSS feed so won't display the RSS feed pages correctly. The workaround for this is to install a Chrome RSS extension and manually add the links to feeds you wish to subscribe to. Chrome RSS extensions are available from their store here: Google web store.

EPA provide the following RSS Feed

Conference & Events

Obtain the latest conference and events details via RSS.  You can use this RSS feed to alert you when new conference and events are released.

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Please subscribe to the EPA Conferences & Events RSS feed

Consultations

Obtain our latest consultation documents details via RSS. You can use this RSS feed to alert you when a new consultation is released.

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Please subscribe to the Consultations RSS feed

Hydrometric Bulletin

Obtain the latest hydrometric bulletin details via RSS.  You can use this RSS feed to alert you when a new hydrometric bulletin is released.

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Please subscribe to the Hydrology Bulletin RSS feed

News Releases

Obtain our latest news releases via RSS. You can use this RSS feed to alert you when a news item is released.

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Please subscribe to the EPA News Releases RSS feed

Prosecutions and Penalties

Obtain our latest prosecutions and penalties details via RSS.  You can use this RSS feed to alert you when new prosecutions and penalties items are published.

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Please subscribe to the Prosecutions and Penalties RSS feed

Licensing and Permitting

The EPA Licence Search 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. 

Should a subscription to the RSS feed be available, it will display on the 'licence details' page and the RSS icon is the subscription button.

The following licensing and permitting applications provide an RSS subscription function: