All sewage overflows now regulated

May 2009
Utility Week;5/1/2009, p28
Trade Publication
The article reports on the completion of a programme by the British Environment Agency aimed at reducing pollution from sewage overflows indicating the regulation of all sewage overflows in the country. Legal standards are now set out for overflows considered at low risk. If necessary, the agency would enforce legal duties mandating companies to monitor and maintain overflows.


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