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Environment officer at the East Midlands division of the Environment Agency Neil Ratcliffe said: “Officers attended over the weekend, and used oxygenating equipment to raise the oxygen level in the water, giving the fish the best chance of survival.“Tests showed that this was successful, and the fish responded well.“We believe that the incident occurred as result of natural changes in the weather rather than a pollution incident, and are working with Amber Valley Council to advise them of some long-term measures for maintenance of the pond.”Club member Shane Gregory said the Environment Agency had already tried pumping the water with aerating equipment in November.Only 30 minutes from Birmingham, 60 from Manchester or 90 from London, Derbyshire really is an angling paradise just down the road.
Amber Valley Borough councillor for Somercotes Paul Smith agreed that a longer term solution would be needed, suggesting that the ponds may need dredging completely.
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