Yorkshire embarks on £10m wastewater upgrade

Yorkshire Water has begun £10 million upgrades to a wastewater treatment site in Dronfield to remove phosphorus from treated effluent and improve water quality in the river Drone. The project is part of a wider investment of £500 million to reduce excess nutrients entering waterways across Yorkshire's region.

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