February 2008
Utility Week;2/29/2008, Vol. 28 Issue 18, p41
Trade Publication
The article reports on pollution crimes committed by European water utility companies. Anglian Water was fined for a sewage spill in River Ore, England. Veolia Water Outsourcing was found guilty of discharging screened sewage into Firth of Forth, Scotland. Northern Ireland Water was fined for the first time since losing immunity on 1 April 2007.


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