Agency tightens policy on coastal sewage discharges

A new policy for consenting coastal sewage effluent discharges was published by the Environment Agency in July.1 It requires disinfected effluents discharged close to bathing waters to achieve tougher EC guideline values for water quality. The new standards will apply to only a few schemes but will add £30 million to investment costs.

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