Investigation: Protected areas in England and Wales hit with 300,000 hours of raw sewage in 2022

Cecilia Keating
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Investigation: Protected areas in England and Wales hit with 300,000 hours of raw sewage in 2022

Greenpeace accuses water companies of using nature 'as a toilet', as it publishes investigation into the scale of raw sewage dumping near protected areas

Private water companies have been accused of treating the countryside "as a toilet", after an investigation revealed raw sewage was released into sensitive wildlife habitats in England and Wales for more...

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