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New ‘no dig’ technology to add 75 years lifespan to underground infrastructure

We now plan to utilise a new ‘no dig’ pipe lining system to increase the lifespan of our underground sewers and water mains by up to 75 years.

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Yorkshire Water to demolish Rossington water tower

Yorkshire Water is about to start work to demolish the old water tower in Rossington. 

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£2.8m sewage treatment scheme in Borrowby to protect river water quality

Yorkshire Water is set to start a £2.8m upgrade of Borrowby sewage treatment works near Thirsk to reduce the phosphorus levels in water discharged to Broad Beck after treatment.

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MP opens new £1million Yorkshire Water investment in Bradford

Naz Shah, the MP for Bradford West, was on hand to turn on a new clean water pipe in Bradford, a £1million investment by Yorkshire Water.

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‘Pizza slice’ style lid lifted into place at £6 million flood storage tank in Goole

A massive 10 metres deep and 20 metres wide storage tank that will protect 27 homes in the Attlee Drive area of Goole from flooding has reached a milestone with a ‘pizza slice’ style lid now lifted into place.

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Yorkshire Water is nearing completion of its million pound scheme in Toller Lane to Bradford city centre

From September 13th, Morrison Utility Services (MUS), who are completing the work on Yorkshire Water’s behalf, will start some roadworks in Westgate near to the City Road roundabout which, for safety reasons will need temporary three-way traffic lights. This work is expected to take approximately five days to complete. 

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New valve technology trialled by Yorkshire Water to help repair leaks and reduce supply interruptions

Yorkshire Water has trialled a new innovative valve technology designed to reduce supply interruptions to customers when water pipe repair work is carried out.

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Phase two of £250,000 sewer upgrade project in Thornhill Lees set to begin

Yorkshire Water have now completed their first phase of work in Lees Hall Road, Dewsbury to divert a water main in order to lay a new sewer pipe.

The £250,000 scheme is designed to reduce the risk of sewer flooding in the area.

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New ‘no dig’ technology to add 50 years lifespan to Yorkshire Water’s sewer infrastructure

Yorkshire Water has trialled a world first ‘no dig’ gravity-fed sewer lining system to increase the lifespan of its underground sewers by up to 50 years.

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£2.3m sewer improvement project in Thirsk to improve local watercourses

The project is part of a wider programme of environmental improvements to enhance the quality of water that is discharged from some of its waste water treatment works.

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