‘Dead swans and oil slicks’: Repeated pollution of rare chalk stream infuriates community

A Southern Water outfall is repeatedly discharging contaminated water into a rare chalk stream protected by multiple environmental designations, and the Environment Agency has done little to help despite repeated calls for action, according to the local community.

by Rachel Salvidge

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