Tamar estuary pollution risk costs South West Water nearly £250k

South West Water has been ordered to pay almost a quarter of a million pounds for repeated operational problems at its Camels Head sewage treatment works in Plymouth

by Chiara Francavilla
The Tamar estuary, on the border between Cornwall and Devon, is a site of special scientific interest (photograph: Helen Hotson/123RF)
The Tamar estuary, on the border between Cornwall and Devon, is a site of special scientific interest (photograph: Helen Hotson/123RF)

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