Water pollution cases down

March 2010
Utility Week;3/12/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p13
Trade Publication
The article covers issues related to public utilities in Great Britain. It mentions the decline in the fines paid out by the water sector for water pollution offences in 2009 according to the "ENDS Report." It notes the reduction in water abstraction in some areas to ensure that Great Britain meets the biodiversity requirements under the Habitats Directive of the European Union. It cites the impact of the new-look obligation on energy suppliers on energy prices and bills.


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