Yorkshire Water invites feedback on sludge

The company wants to optimise the way it manages its bioresources by building a more diverse set of relationships with third parties. It is starting from a position of artificial inefficiency.

Yorkshire Water is looking to engage with the market in a number of new ways as it re-evaluates the way it transports, treats and recycles sludge.

Ever since the Boxing Day floods of 2015 took the company’s last remaining sludge incineration plant in the Calder Valley out of service, it has been operating at an economic disadvantage, forced to send sludge as far as Scotland to be treated....

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