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Cold weather set to hit Yorkshire

With temperatures set to plummet to -5C it is likely the 851 burst pipes already fixed by the Yorkshire Water team in the last three months will increase over the coming weeks. 

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Keighley’s sewers get a proactive health check

John Grogan, MP for Keighley, spent an afternoon with Yorkshire Water’s engineers to see their £1 million project to reduce the risk of sewer flooding to homes in the town. 

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Bogus callers in Bradford spark warning from Yorkshire Water

Yorkshire Water is urging people in the Daisy Hill area of Bradford to look out for friends, family and neighbours who could be vulnerable to bogus callers.

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Hull drinking fountains helping to reduce single use plastic

The amount of water consumed from three drinking fountains in Hull city centre since they were installed in September is the equivalent to 29,000 bottles of water, helping to reduce plastic bottle usage in the city. 

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Customers encouraged to contact Yorkshire Water for free - Action taken against call connection company

We are warning customers about call connection services on the internet which charge extortionate sums of money to call our Yorkshire Water contact centre

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Christmas dinner sewer blockage warning as 2,500 sewers suffer in December

The fats, oils and greases (FOGs) from meat and gravies can often stick together in narrow sewers and cause ‘fatbergs’ which block them up. As such, advice is to instead pour cooking juices into a jam jar and then when full dispose of in the bin. 

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Farmers asked to use slug pellets carefully to protect river water quality

We are calling on farmers on land near the rivers Derwent, Wiske and Ouse to manage the use of slug control pesticides carefully to reduce the impact they could have on tap water quality.

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Flood action group to hold multi-agency safety day

The Tadcaster Flood Action Group is holding a day-long fair about flood safety and community resilience this weekend.

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Dewsbury loves a binner!

Paula Sherriff MP for Dewsbury has backed our ‘Be a binner’ campaign asking residents in the top 10 sewage blockage hotspots to bin wet wipes and sanitary items, not flush them. 

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Nine new apprentices join Amey's Yorkshire Water account

Leading public services provider Amey has recruited nine new apprentices on its Yorkshire Water contract, a company spokesperson announced today.

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