Two hundred water sources face tough new crypto regulations

New regulations to protect drinking water supplies against contamination by the pathogen cryptosporidium came into force in England and Wales on 30 June. 1 Water companies face stringent new monitoring requirements for around 200 water sources at an initial cost of £16 million per year - but the potential financial benefit to consumers is much greater.

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