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In a recent case which is of significance to the water industry,
the High Court has ruled on the extent of the powers and duties of
Although the environmental impact of energy supply and use goes
beyond climate change, it is the UK's contribution to combating
global warming which...
R v Northumbrian Water Limited ex parte Newcastle and North
Tyneside Health Authority (15 December 1998) High Court, Crown
This judicial review...
Joseph Rochford Gardens Limited of St. Albans, Hertfordshire ran
nurseries at Letty Green and Birch Green in Hertfordshire. In 1985
Thames Water Authority...
The Environment Agency brought two charges for offences under the
Water Resources Act 1991 for over-abstraction of water against
Leckford Estate Limited....
In October 1997 the Environment Agency conducted a biological
survey of the Louth Canal. The Environment Agency found the water
to be bright green with...
Following a recommendation by the Drinking Water Inspectorate,
North West Water was charged with two offences of supplying water
unfit for human consumption...
When discussing environmental compliance it is often overlooked
that to allow any polluting matter or waste to enter surface water
or groundwater is...
In October 1996 two workers of Neith and Port Talbot Council died
while working in a chamber at a pumping station in Crymlyn Borrows
near Swansea. Following...
Yorkshire Water were found guilty of supplying water unfit for
human consumption contrary to Section 70 of the Water Industry Act
1991 after residents...
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