DWI slams Yorkshire Water over disease outbreak
Yorkshire Water has been severely criticised by the Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI) over procedures at a water treatment works implicated in a cryptosporidiosis outbreak on North Humberside three years ago.1 The report also provides powerful arguments for the DWI to be given stronger enforcement powers.
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