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Next step in removal of Cayman companies

Yorkshire Water has yesterday (29 May) taken the next major step in the removal of its Cayman Islands companies with the launch of a public request for consent to its bondholders.

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‘Smart’ valves installed in Leeds

The underground network of water pipes in Leeds are getting a £1.8m 21st century makeover to help cope with a huge spike in demand for water, with around 12 million litres of water consumed each day in the city centre alone.

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£1m scheme in Hinderwell to reduce risk of sewer flooding

Yorkshire Water is carrying out a £1m sewer flooding defence scheme in Hinderwell, Scarborough that involves seven giant storage pipes being laid to relieve pressure on the local sewer network during times of heavy rainfall.

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Anti Blockage Prize Draw Terms and Conditions

These terms and conditions (T's&C’s) are for the Anti Blockage Prize Draw, held from Friday 25th May to Wednesday 30th May 2018.

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Yorkshire Water launches new pilot scheme to lower thousands of customers bills

Yorkshire Water will review the accounts of up to 100,000 customers who it thinks could save money from having a water meter installed.

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£12 million investment to improve the River Dearne

A £12 million investment project that is underway at Bolton upon Dearne waste water treatment works is set to greatly improve the quality of water being released back into the River Dearne and bring about significant environmental benefits including helping fish populations.

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Yorkshire Water staff climb Ben Nevis for WaterAid

A team of 15 climbers from Yorkshire Water and RPS scaled the heights of Ben Nevis, raising £1,340 for WaterAid.

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Shooting on Yorkshire Water land

Whilst we are one of the region’s biggest landowners, we do not have control over everything that happens on our land. In some areas, whilst we own the freehold of the land, we do not own the shooting rights. This complex position is largely a result of decisions taken prior to privatisation of the water industry in 1989, when land ownership was transferred to Yorkshire Water. This means that we are not in a position to control or prohibit shooting on many areas of our land.

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Yorkshire Water mucks in to help out at Sheffield nature reserve

Volunteers from Yorkshire Water were at Greno Woods Nature Reserve in Sheffield to help with some much-needed conservation work.

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