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Yorkshire Water teams up with garden centre for five green ‘finger-tips’ to save water in the garden

Yorkshire Water has joined forces with garden centre Horticap to offer advice on how to use less water whilst still maintaining a stunning summer garden.

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Yorkshire Water sets out its Bioresources market offering

Yorkshire Water demonstrated its continued commitment to pursuing an innovative, market-led approach to Bioresources by holding its second market engagement event.

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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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Yorkshire Water readies itself for possible flash floods

Yorkshire Water is readying itself for the possibility of flash floods in the region with the dry weather set to end in dramatic fashion.

After a month which has seen records tumble, forecasters are predicting rain and thunderstorms across the county today.

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Old sewage sludge incinerator in Brighouse set to be demolished

An old sewage sludge incinerator in Brighouse built in 1992 will be demolished to make way for a £40m state-of-the-art facility energy and recycling centre converting human waste into electricity.

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Yorkshire Water and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust start work on Ninelands Soak it Up project

Yorkshire Water and the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust began work on a “Soak it Up” project, planting trees, constructing a rain garden planter and a water butt planter to help reduce the impact of surface water at Ninelands Primary School in Garforth.

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Yorkshire Water shows support for EuroFLOW river project

On Wednesday the 11th July, Yorkshire Water’s Environmental Assessment Team hosted a field based training day for 15 PhD students from around the world.

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Yorkshire Water invests £1.5m in north Yorkshire peat

Yorkshire Water has invested £1.5m and worked alongside Yorkshire Peat Partnership (YPP) at the Swinton Estate near Masham to improve the quality of Yorkshire’s drinking water.

Peat has been laid down over the uplands of Yorkshire over thousands of years forming vast, wet areas known as blanket bog. Healthy blanket bog helps filter water before it reaches Yorkshire’s reservoirs, but damaged peatlands release particles of organic matter that discolours drinking water and is expensive to remove.

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Yorkshire Water launches new anti-plastics scheme in Heckmondwike and Birstall

Yorkshire Water has launched Yorkshire on Tap in Heckmondwike and Birstall as it takes another step to take one million bottles out of circulation.

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Use water wisely as daily demand surges by nearly 200 million litres

As the hot weather spell continues, Yorkshire Water has revealed that daily water consumption has increased by up to an extra 200 million litres – which is more water than the whole of Leeds consumes in one day.

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