Anglian Water plans £500,000 wetland treatment facility

Anglian Water plans to invest £500,000 in England’s first multiple-species wetland water treatment facility, in partnership with the Environment Agency and Norfolk Rivers Trust

A Norfolk Rivers Trust wetland system at Northrepps, near Cromer. Photograph: Anglian WaterA £500,000 wetland that removes phosphate and ammonia from treated wastewater is being planned for construction in Norfolk.

Anglian Water announced it would create the multiple-species wetland –a first by a water company in England – in partnership with the Environment Agency (EA) and Norfolk Rivers Trust on 29 June.

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