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Procurement in the Environment Agency

Guidance on how to sell to the Environment Agency and Tools and Techniques for Environmental Procurement.

General Information

The Environment Agency is a major procurer of goods and services within the UK. Suppliers are vital in providing the goods and services the Environment Agency needs to deliver its environmental vision for England and Wales. In many areas the Environment Agency is at the cutting edge of environmental and technical developments and our supply base are key contributors in the achievement of environmental best practice.

Who to contact

To manage this strategic business relationship we have regional teams of procurement professionals. Regional teams are responsible for procurement activity within their region. Additionally each team has responsibility for a specific commodity portfolio on behalf of the Environment Agency nationally.

If you wish to do business with us, please contact the relevant Procurement team that has responsibility for the commodity or service that you can provide.

  • Procurement centres of expertise (PDF, 72KB)
    Within Procurement each Procurement Team will specialise in a particular area of spend. To find out who to contact in Procurement locate the type of product or service your query relates to in the above link and the Procurement person responsible for that area will be shown next to it. Click on their name to send them an email.

  • National frameworks (PDF, 21KB)
    A list of national contracts that are currently running. Suppliers wishing to express an interest in this work in the future should contact the responsible officer named in this spreadsheet.