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Croda Hydrocarbons has been prosecuted by the National Rivers Authority (NRA) for a discharge of tarry and phenolic wastes from its bitumen works in Swinton, south Yorkshire. In November 1989, a release to sewer knocked out a Yorkshire Water sewage works and polluted the river Don. The pollution was traced to the works by the NRA, which then discovered a similar discharge to the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Canal. The company pleaded guil

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