South West Water fined £24k for sewage spills
South West Water has been fined £24,000 after failings at two of its plants resulted in sewage polluting waterways in Devon and CornwallIn separate incidents in 2011, a combination of equipment failures and a lack of action by staff resulted in hundreds of thousands of litres of raw sewage being discharged by one plant, and another br
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