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    Water Ban

    Post by Admin on Wed May 09, 2012 7:18 pm

    We will only plug the leaks if we're allowed to raise bills: Water firms want to pass on cost of cutting waste. Hosepipe bans are being enforced on 20million customers during the worst drought since 1976. Critics have said Ofwat should now set the bar higher on curbing leaks.


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