§ Mr. Liddell-Grainger
To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what guidelines have been issued to the Parrett catchment project by the Government; and what its remit is. 
§ Mr. Morley
The Parrett Catchment project is a local partnership and as such is not subject to Government guidelines. We have welcomed the initiative and continue to encourage the project to analyse proposed options further and to integrate with existing government sponsored initiatives such as the Catchment Flood Management Plan.
§ Mr. Sayeed
To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what measures she has taken to ensure civic amenity sites will be able to continue accepting end-of-life electrical products if they are reclassified as hazardous waste. 
§ Mr. Meacher
The Spending Review announced on 15 July that additional money would be available to local authorities via the EPCS block in future years. This will enable local authorities to make any modifications to the licence for a civic amenity site that may be necessary. We are aware that local authorities have some concerns about the implementation domestically of the European Waste Catalogue and we are looking at ways of minimising any impact.