Pumping plant closes to save river flows

August 2011
Utility Week;8/5/2011, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that Veolia Water Central has approved the Environment Agency's request to shutdown its Fulling Mill pumping station in Hertfordshire, England by 2015 to avoid abstraction rates and save river flow.


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