There has been a closure of the consultation of UK Government on the draft plans for improving the quality of air. The government has been following certain themes for responding to the issue of pollution (Agyeman, 2003):
(1) Improvement in the management of marine and general environment
(2) Improvement in the management of natural resources
(3) Research on the major pollution related issues and enhancement of participation from the public
(4) Consideration of jurisdictional issues
(5) Reduction of environmental effects of environment
egulatory actions can be seen focusing on individual sites and sectors to cause multiple incidents of pollution, or where there is an evidence for persistent non- compliance. The current move across United Kingdom in context with Integrated Pollution Control can be identified as an important component for management of the environment, though it has been completed partially and there is limited scope towards major sources of pollution in key focus (Foulger, 2009). The system is known to be having effectiveness to provide value based experienced far ahead of the border of United Kingdom. It has been stated by the Government that it has key commitment to the utilization of forces in the market, even though there is an extensive utilization of instruments related to the economy. This can be identified as a crucial element for the policy of the environment.
Currently, there has been an introduction of tougher regulation water and air pollution, while eliminating the disposal of sea. This has resulted in increasing the quantity of waste where there is an underlying requirement for disposal and treatment. Introduction of stringent responsibilities and regulations while raising the costs of disposal in a significant manner, while forcing a number of landfill incinerators and sites for closure (Foulger, 2009). Contamination of land had been posing a long- term threat of the environment. In the overall sense, undoubtedly, the United Kingdom has been confronting a number of challenges in the management of waste and pollution in the years to come.