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Do your bit for the beach

As summer approaches, visitors to Yorkshire’s beautiful coastline are being encouraged to ‘Do their bit for the beach’, by taking some simple steps to help protect the environment and the quality of the region’s bathing waters.

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As Spring arrives take the lead during lambing season

As spring arrives and lambing season continues across the Dales, Yorkshire Water is urging dog owners to keep their pets on leads whilst on their land.

The firm states that even if your dog is generally docile they can cause extreme distress to sheep when unleashed off their lead.

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Fish to scale new heights in the Little Don River to mark World Fish Migration day

Trout for the first time in over a century will be able to swim upstream to breeding waters at the top of the Little Don River thanks to a new ‘fish highway’ now completed and formally opened at Langsett reservoir.

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Yorkshire Water helps preserve fish numbers in River Seven

Yorkshire Water has been working alongside the East Yorkshire Rivers Trust (EYRT) and the Seven Angling Club in Sinnington to help preserve the native fish in the river, after concerns that numbers were dwindling.

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Yorkshire Water funds natural flood management in Upper Wharfedale

Yorkshire Water is working alongside the Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trust (YDRT) to improve the wildlife habitat and reduce the impact of flooding in the Oughtershaw area of Upper Wharfedale. 

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Fish set to scale heights not reached for over a hundred years at Wharncliffe Side, Sheffield

Yorkshire Water is about to start an exciting fish pass project at Wharncliffe Side, Sheffield, which, when completed will allow salmon, trout and grayling to move further up river than they have, possibly since the Industrial Revolution. 

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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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Yorkshire Water embraces renewable energy and drives towards electric vehicle future

Yorkshire Water has switched to only using electricity from renewable sources and set wheels in motion for 20 per cent of its operational fleet of vans to be electric by 2020.

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Yorkshire Water announces pledge for one million trees for Yorkshire

Yorkshire Water has today made an ambitious pledge to plant one million trees across its land in Yorkshire over the next ten years in a bid to reduce flood risk, offset carbon emissions and support the creation of a Northern Forest. 

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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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