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Petrol or diesel taste and smell | Yorkshire Water

Follow our advice if your water tastes or smells like petrol or diesel.

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Chlorine tastes and smells in your water | Yorkshire Water

Does your water taste and smell like chlorine compared to normal? Visit Yorkshire Water now and discover the problem with our quick guide. 

 

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Musty and earthy taste and smell | Yorkshire Water

Follow our advice on if your water tastes musty or earthy.

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Environmental Investment | Yorkshire Water

Whether it's improving our catchments, rivers and coasts or responding to climate change and energy costs, find out how we're improving Yorkshire's environment.

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News Article
Rotherham customers set for £12million waste water improvements

Yorkshire Water is about to start on a major £12million improvement scheme at its Bolton Upon Dearne Waste water Treatment Works (WwTW), Rotherham.

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News Article
Crucial flood partnership scheme finished

A local councillor has surveyed work that has recently finished on a new pipeline that goes under the railway line in Norton and will play a crucial part in the area’s emergency flood plan.

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Preplanning Sewerage Enquiry | Yorkshire Water

Before you commit to a planning application, we can supply our views on the availability of the public sewer network and any potential restrictions

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News Article
Pipe cleaning to keep Yorkshire tap water tasty and crystal clear for millions of people

Yorkshire Water has embarked on a projected £13.5m scheme to improve the taste and appearance of tap water for millions of people by ‘flush’ cleaning large sections of its 31,000 kilometre underground pipe network.

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£6 million project to reduce the risk of flooding

We’re about to start a large £6 million project to reduce the risk of flooding to a large number of homes in and around Attlee Drive. 
The solution involves creating a large underground storage tank nearby which will hold storm water in times of heavy rainfall, before releasing it back into our sewer system when it's safe to do so.

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