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New ‘no dig’ technology to add 75 years lifespan to underground infrastructure

We now plan to utilise a new ‘no dig’ pipe lining system to increase the lifespan of our underground sewers and water mains by up to 75 years.

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Farmers asked to trial alternatives to metaldehyde slug pellets

Yorkshire Water is 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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Yorkshire Water makes big strides after successful satellite trial

Yorkshire Water is set to move to the second stage of its satellite leak detection trial after a hugely successful stage one.

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‘Pizza slice’ style lid lifted into place at £6 million flood storage tank in Goole

A massive 10 metres deep and 20 metres wide storage tank that will protect 27 homes in the Attlee Drive area of Goole from flooding has reached a milestone with a ‘pizza slice’ style lid now lifted into place.

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The sky's the limit as kite making festival reaches its soaring climax!

Hundreds of colourful kites and aerial art works will take to the air as a major year-long project reaches its high point – literally!

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Yorkshire Water turns to tiny mite in the fight against invasive weeds

Yorkshire Water is stepping up the fight against one of the UK’s most invasive non-native aquatic weeds by working with CABI scientists to release an army of mites to suppress the pesky weeds.

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Yorkshire Water is nearing completion of its million pound scheme in Toller Lane to Bradford city centre

From September 13th, Morrison Utility Services (MUS), who are completing the work on Yorkshire Water’s behalf, will start some roadworks in Westgate near to the City Road roundabout which, for safety reasons will need temporary three-way traffic lights. This work is expected to take approximately five days to complete. 

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