Lib Dems call for Sewage Tax to prevent water firms polluting shellfish habitats

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Lib Dems call for Sewage Tax to prevent water firms polluting shellfish habitats

Analysis reveals over 200,000 hours of sewage pumped into shellfish habitats

Water companies dumped sewage into waters containing shellfish habitats 29,000 times last year, according to a new analysis from the Liberal Democrats which will spark fresh concerns over the environmental...

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