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The National Rivers Authority (NRA) is getting mixed results from a growing series of prosecutions against the water companies. On 13 July, Yorkshire Water was fined the maximum £2,000 for each of two offences caused by a leak of ferric sulphate from its Oldfield water treatment works. The spill killed 850 fish in the river Worth. The firm was fined £1,000 for a similar offence last December. On 10 July, Southern Water

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