Check Clean Dry is a partnership campaign between government, recreational bodies and others, supported by the Aquatic Biosecurity Partnership, funded by water companies. Please contact us if you would like to become a partner of Check Clean Dry.
Check Clean Dry partners include: Defra, Scottish Government, Welsh Government, NNSS, British Canoeing, Angling Trust, RYA, Natural England, Natural Resources Wales, Scottish Natural Heritage, SEPA, British Marine, British Rowing, Environment Agency, Canal & River Trust, Scottish Canals
Aquatic Biosecurity Partnership
Invasive species cost water companies at least £7.5 million per annum, a figure expected to rise as increasing numbers of invasive species arrive in the country.
In order to limit future costs, maintain services and help protect the environment, eight water companies invested £150k per annum (2017-2020), to tackle aquatic invasive species through an enhanced Check Clean Dry work programme. The project has since been extended until 2025, with two new water companies joining the partnership.
Read more on the Aquatic Biosecurity Partnership.
RAPID LIFE project
RAPID LIFE was a three-year project (2017-2020) piloting innovative approaches to IAS management in freshwater aquatic, riparian and coastal environments across England. Through the project, funding was invested in Check Clean Dry towards developing and updating materials and disseminating copies of these across England
Read more on the RAPID LIFE project.