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The fines relate to numerous offences at sewage treatment works at Aylesbury, Didcot, Henley and Little Marlow, and a large sewage pumping station at Littlemore

Thames Water hit with record £20m fine for 'catastrophic' Thames pollution

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Anaerobic digesters at Reading Sewage Treatment Works, which belong to Thames Water

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Planned for completion in 2019, the AD facility will be capable of processing 131 tonnes of dry sludge a day and will provide 55% of Knostrop’s energy needs

Yorkshire Water eyes 15% emissions reduction with giant AD plant

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