Yorkshire Water Invests £8 Million in Treatment Plants
The funding aims to improve the quality of water returned to the local water courses.
By Jonny Bairstow, Energy Live News
Water Treatment Plant image by JThomas/Geograph
Yorkshire Water invests £7.7 million in two wastewater treatment works in North Yorkshire.
The company is spending £5.2 million at a facility in Thirsk and £2.5 million at Bedale Wastewater Treatment Works to improve the quality of water returned to the local watercourses.
It forms part of a wider £70 million investment from Yorkshire Water to improve 196 kilometers of water courses across the county to meet new environmental targets on phosphorus removal.
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