Humber nutrient removal 'runs counter to sustainability'

Studies commissioned by Yorkshire Water have concluded that removing nutrients from sewage effluent discharged to the Humber estuary would cost £1.4 billion over 20 years and bring "little or no environmental benefit".1,2 The additional treatment would consume significant amounts of energy and generate sludge which would need to be burned in three new incinerators.

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