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Water Service Regulatory Board Chief Executive Officer Robert Gakubia said on Friday that there are some companies that lose as much as 80 percent of their supply, primarily as a result of poor management. "There must be something very wrong. This
Three water fiirms set to lift hosepipe bans Two water companies have said they will lift their hosepipe bans this week. Anglian Water and Southern Water were among seven firms to put restrictions on water use in April to combat drought in southern
A tax on sugared soft drinks has been called for in New Zealand following a move in New York City to limit sales of the fizzy beverages. Auckland businessman Tony Falkenstein is calling for Government to tax sugared soft drink,
Eleventh photo down - In actual fact, the man was clambering over the huge tree, brought down by the storm NOT the house. The house is still standing, although the tree is lying parallel to the house...Sees Sense, Benfleet, UK, 08/6/2012 22:08 I can'
6 June 2012 Water companies are free to end the hosepipe ban imposed on 20million customers, the Environment Agency has decided. The heavy rainfall in April, early May and again over the Jubilee weekend means river and reservoir levels have returned
28 May 2012 Widespread confusion over the hosepipe ban has led to parents being reported to water companies by their neighbours for filling up their children's paddling pool...The hosepipe ban currently covers about half of England and anyone
Unpaid water bills also don't help to improve the infrastructure. Dutch companies are involved in helping to provide drinking water all over the world. The Dutch offer large-scale support to local companies with the aim of connecting more people to
Ofwat data shows the water industry will cut leaks by only 1.5% by 2015. Photograph: Frank Baron for the Guardian More than half of water companies will not be required to cut their huge leakages by a single drop before 2015, despite the worst
There's no shortage of water, just too many people at the well. Carol, Whatthehellhappenedhere?, 17/4/2012 18:53 In the 70's the water companies employed teams of Waste Water Inspectors whose sole job was to locate burst water mains, leaking hydrants
they get the job done...Ahead of yesterday's FA Cup semi-final between Tottenham and Chelsea, a moment of reflection was sch... Hamilton's brand of relentless, hard-hitting drum'n'bass has seen him make a phoenix-like re-emergen.