European Commission ‘The European Commission is referring the United Kingdom to Court over its failure to ensure that urban waste water is adequately treated in 17 agglomerations. In the EU, Member States need adequate collection and treatment systems for urban waste water, as untreated water poses risks to human health, inland waters and the marine […]

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Fish Legal ‘The environmental and angling organisation, Fish Legal, has won a major victory in a groundbreaking case against Yorkshire Water Services Ltd and United Utilities Plc, which was the culmination of a six year legal campaign for greater transparency within the water and sewerage industry. The Upper Tribunal has ruled that water companies in […]

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Fracking – New Dangers Found In Produced Water Sara Jerome Water Online Produced water appears to contain two harmful chemicals that researchers previously did not know about, according to a new study. “Harmful levels of ammonium and iodide have now been found in wastewater from conventional oil and gas production plus the more controversial practice […]

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