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Water abstraction rules

A company has been ordered to pay almost £10,000 for illegally tapping into a hydrant and wasting water. What are the rules surrounding water abstraction and how can you avoid a similar outcome? More...


Water abstraction licences revoked

Network Rail Infrastructure is one of several companies having its water abstraction licence revoked as part of new measures taken by the Environment Agency. What’s happening and how could you be affected? More...


Big increase in drought-related incidents


Water restrictions likely?

The Environment Agency (EA) has issued a warning that England has to reduce its water use or face “significant supply deficits”. What are the implications? More...


How much water is there?


New rules for water abstraction

Anyone taking significant amounts of water from the ground should be aware that the rules are changing. What’s happening? More...


Are you worried about water security?

Water experts have raised concerns about the long-term availability of water for business users. If you use large quantities, what should you be doing to protect your business for the future? More...


Don’t take too much water - you’ll get caught

A company and a director have recently been prosecuted and fined because it was identified that too much water had been abstracted from a local water source. What can be learned from this case? More...


Drought affects part of the UK

The Environment Agency (EA) has announced that many parts of the UK are in drought and may be for some time. What is the likely impact? More...


Don’t take too much water

Last updated: 29.05.2020

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