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Water companies need to double the level of annual investment in wastewater treatment for the next AMP cycle to tackle the contentious issue of managing combined sewer overflows (CSOs), according to the chair of the Environmental Audit Committee.
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Toby Willison, Southern Water's director of environment and corporate affairs, writes for Utility Week about the need for collaboration and partnerships with stakeholders outside the industry to deliver nature-based solutions
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Yorkshire Water is adding more than 4,000 square metres of ponds to one of its wastewater treatment sites that will use 25 different species of plant to remove phosphorous from the water before it is returned to the environment. The plants have been selected to promote diverse habitats, with particular attention given to creating environments which support bees and other pollinators.
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Affinity and Cambridge Water have joined forces to expand their cover crops programme following the success of previous years' campaigns, which saved more than 40 tonnes of nitrates from entering watersources
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