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Chair recruited for £30m HS2 community and business funds

Comments Off | 01-22-2016

The £30m programme will offer additional support to communities and local economies, which are demonstrably disrupted by the construction of the planned high speed rail link between London and the West Midlands.
There are two funds available. The Community and Environment Fund (CEF) will provide benefits to local communities along the 140-mile Phase One section of

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Yorkshire Water fined £600,000 after sewage pollution hits Wakefield fishery

Comments Off | 01-22-2016

Yorkshire Water Services Ltd has been fined £600,000 after an ageing sewage pipe burst and killed hundreds of fish in a Wakefield lake.
The company was sentenced at Leeds Crown Court on Tuesday 19 January after pleading guilty to one charge of causing a water discharge that was not authorised by an environmental permit.
Yorkshire Water was

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OGA completes data acquisition in £20m UK seismic campaign

Comments Off | 11-14-2015

The OGA announces the successful completion of the data acquisition stage of the UK Government-funded seismic campaign, on time and without incident. The £20 million programme in underexplored areas of the United Kingdom Continental Shelf (UKCS) will significantly improve the previously sparse seismic coverage in the Rockall Trough and Mid-North Sea High regions.
The programme, completed

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Anglian Water to pay £94,000 for sewage overflow

Comments Off | 06-24-2014

All 3 pumps at Ingrave Pumping Station, near Brentwood, Essex had failed in the early hours of Sunday 10 April 2011 and sewage polluted more than 4 kilometers of the Haverings Grove Brook.
A variety of fish species died including bullhead, stoneloach, minnow, stickleback, chub, dace and gudgeon. Many of these species were spawning at the

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