June 2009
Utility Week;6/19/2009, p2
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs on public utilities in Great Britain. After pleading guilty to causing a pollution incident from Rathfriland Wastewater Treatment Works, NI Water received a conditional discharge without a fine at Newry Courthouse. Coalbed methane developer iGas announced a three-month contract to supply a European utility from its site at Doe Green, Cheshire. An energy services company has been established to fund the installation and maintenance of ground-source heat pumps to heat and cool buildings in Britain and Europe.


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