Why schemes can't just go with the flow

The industry is failing to play its part on climate change, says Lesley Alexander

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Why schemes can't just go with the flow

As some of you may know, I decamped from London to the Kent coast a few years ago. As part of the deal, of course, my water supplier changed and I became a customer of Southern Water.

 It didn't take me long to realise that all was not well in ‘water world' and Southern Water didn't have the best reputation in the UK, let alone the world, for their services to the environment. L...

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