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Anglian Water reacts to Ofwat and Government challenges
Anglian Water has announced moves to boost transparency and customer confidence in response to recent warnings to the industry from Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Ofwat chairman Jonson Cox.
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- Anglian Water reacts to Ofwat and Government challenges Anglian Water has announced moves to boost transparency and customer confidence in response to recent warnings to the industry from Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Ofwat chairman Jonson Cox.
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- Time called on river pollution from runoff Pollution from microplastics, toxic metals and hydrocarbons washed into rivers by surface water runoff must be tackled with consistent monitoring and widespread regulatory control if water quality failures are to be successfully reduced, experts are demanding.
- Anglian Water hits back at unions over strike plan Anglian Water has hit back after the Unite union accused the company of "seeking to provoke strike action" by refusing to enter talks over the closure of its final salary pension scheme.