SES site retains sector’s only biodiversity benchmark

SES Water has been awarded Biodiversity Benchmark accreditation from the Wildlife Trusts for the second year for its water treatment works in Leatherhead. The site in Surrey boasts six protected habitats that are home to endangered species including dormice and slow worms. The company is working to gain accreditation for two further sites during the current AMP cycle.

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