Yorkshire Water fined £8,000 for odour nuisance

A transfer of pollution from sea to land was always on the cards when the massive programme to bring the UK's bathing waters up to EC standards was initiated, and so it has proved in Scarborough. Difficulties with an odour control system at a new sewage pumping station have ended with the conviction of Yorkshire Water on four statutory nuisance charges - and the prospect of civil litigation between the company and its equipment suppliers, Ozotech.

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