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Water companies and plumbers join Met Office for winter campaign

The water and weather sectors have joined forces to remind people to be “winter ready” to stay warm, safe and healthy this season.

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Water conservation campaign launched to mark World Environment Day

Yorkshire Water has today launched its annual water conservation campaign to coincide with the United Nation’s World Environment Day that is calling for people to ‘consume with care’.
 

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Yorkshire Water to hand out ‘drink of champions’ at Olympic victory parade

Our colleagues will be handing out 7,000 bottles of tap water – dubbed the ‘drink of champions’ – to Yorkshire’s Olympic athletes and the public during the special homecoming parade set to take place in Leeds city centre on Wednesday (28th September).

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Homeowners Warned of Frozen Water Pipes Risk

Warning raised to avoid repeat of the severe winter of 2010, when insurers handled 3,500 claims per day for burst water pipes.

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Drinking more water can aid weight loss, research reveals

Back in January we joined forces with the NHS to encourage people to drink more water

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‘Cold Water Kills’ reservoir safety film on the hunt for young acting talent

Yorkshire Water has launched a competition to find a young acting prodigy to feature in its ‘Cold Water Kills’ reservoir safety film that aims to highlight the risks of swimming in reservoirs during the school summer holidays.

 

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Drinking more water can help shed the festive fat, research reveals

A YouGov survey has revealed that people living in Yorkshire drink on average less than one litre of pure water per day, but if they drank more water this could help lose up to five pounds in weight. 

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Farmers must use slug pellets carefully to protect River Derwent and Ouse water quality

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

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