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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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£3.4 million investment in Selby’s drinking water

We have now installed innovative technology at Great Heck Water Treatment Works as part of our major investment in Selby’s drinking water. 

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Book opens up insight into building techniques from two-centuries ago

We've uncovered a book at one of our offices which has shed light on how reservoirs and dams were built 125 years ago in the Victorian-era.

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Divers to inspect coastal pipes along Yorkshire coastline

Sewer outfall pipes along the coastline that stretch up to three kilometres out to sea will be inspected by our contractors including divers to make sure they are in the best condition. 

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Robert Goodwill MP visits £17 million investment project

We are now part way through our £17 million investment project to modernise Irton Water Treatment Works to improve drinking water

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Winter Warning as snow and ice sets in

Yorkshire Water is sounding a warning about the risk of frozen pipes resulting in bursts for homeowners around the region as the wintry weather sets in.

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Winter warning as cold snap takes hold

Yorkshire Water is urging customers to save themselves an expensive headache this winter as the cold weather takes hold.

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Living Wage accreditation for Yorkshire Water and Kelda group

The Kelda group including Yorkshire Water, has received formal accreditation from the Living Wage Foundation.

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Sewer Improvements for Whitby

Yorkshire Water is investing £400,000 in Whitby to improve sewers which have been damaged by sea water. The work started on 19th January and will take approximately three months to complete.

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Plans to improve water quality in Whitby

We will start investing £1.3 million on a project to improve drinking water quality for Whitby residents later this month (September).

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