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The annual report of the OFWAT National Customer Council and the 10
regional OFWAT Customer Service Committees representing water
customers has been...
The Director General of Water Services has begun consultation on
whether to allow Hartlepool Water to supply water to several sites
outside its current...
OFWAT has published a Report on the water industry’s
financial performance and expenditure for 1998-99, revealing that
many water and sewerage companies...
On 8 October 1999, the five regulators for water,
telecommunications, rail, gas and electricity set out arrangements
for working closely together on...
The Director General of Water Services, Ian Byatt, received
guidance from the Government in September 1998 in its document
"Raising the Quality" on the...
The Environment Agency brought a charge under Section 24 of the
Water Resources Act 1991 for over-abstraction of water against
Thames Water Utilities...
Following an investigation by the Drinking Water Inspectorate,
Anglian Water Limited was charged with offences of supplying water
unfit for human consumption...
Ethnic Cuisine Limited, a food manufacturing company, polluted a
local stream with effluent from its premises. As a consequence, the
The Environment Agency brought a charge under Sections 85(1) and
85(6) the Water Resources Act 1991 against RG Construction
Management Limited for causing...
The Environment Agency brought two charges against Forte (UK)
Limited. The first charge was for causing sewage effluent to enter
controlled waters, in...
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