Britain’s Thames Water pledges $1.92 billion to cut sewage discharges
British utility Thames Water plans to invest 1.6 billion pounds ($1.92 billion) in the next two years to cut discharges into rivers and tackle pollution, after UK water firms faced a backlash over sewage outflows into waterways.
England and Wales water regulator Ofwat and Britain’s Environment Agency are investigating several water companies that admitted they might be illegally discharging sewage.
Feb 27 (Reuters)
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