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Phase two of £250,000 sewer upgrade project in Thornhill Lees set to begin

Yorkshire Water have now completed their first phase of work in Lees Hall Road, Dewsbury to divert a water main in order to lay a new sewer pipe.

The £250,000 scheme is designed to reduce the risk of sewer flooding in the area.

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New ‘no dig’ technology to add 50 years lifespan to Yorkshire Water’s sewer infrastructure

Yorkshire Water has trialled a world first ‘no dig’ gravity-fed sewer lining system to increase the lifespan of its underground sewers by up to 50 years.

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Yorkshire Water invites firms to bid for £1 billion contracts

Yorkshire Water is on the lookout for firms to join a multi-supplier framework for a £1bn programme of civils and building work.

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Looking after Calderdale’s countryside

Two summer rangers are patrolling Calderdale’s countryside to keep people safe and help manage reservoir sites during the peak visitor season.

Calderdale Council has welcomed Helen Marriott and Phillip King to the temporary roles in its Countryside Service, with the support of Yorkshire Water.

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Yorkshire Water teams up with garden centre for five green ‘finger-tips’ to save water in the garden

Yorkshire Water has joined forces with garden centre Horticap to offer advice on how to use less water whilst still maintaining a stunning summer garden.

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Yorkshire Water issues warning after reports of swimmers in Farnley reservoir

Yorkshire Water has issued a stark warning to those who might be tempted by swimming in Farnley reservoir during the hot weather.

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Barnardo’s partnership proves huge success for Yorkshire Water

Yorkshire Water took on a number of 18-24-year-olds who are part of Barnardos Employment and Skills (ETS) programme, with two attendees impressing to such an extent they have been offered apprenticeships.

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