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Welsh Water help boost new development in Monmouth

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Professor Tom Crick appointed Non Executive Director of Glas Cymru

Glas Cymru, which owns Welsh Water, has today confirmed that Professor Tom Crick is to join its Board as a Non-Executive Director, succeeding Professor Stephen Palmer who is retiring from the Board at the end of the year.

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Llyn y Fan Fach Access Statement

The track to Llyn y Fan Fach will be subject to long delays over the month of September

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Landlords urged to act to avoid costs of regulation change

Landlords of properties served by water companies in Wales risk falling foul of a rule change which means they need to keep their tenants’ details up-to-date with them – or face becoming liable for their charges.

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£23 million boost to Rhondda Fach water network

Work is set to start on a £23 million scheme between Maerdy and Pontypridd which will ensure customers in the area continue to receive a first class drinking water supply for decades to come. The work is part of a £130 million nationwide investment between 2016 and 2020 by the not for profit utility company, Welsh Water, on its water network.

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Welsh Waters pesticide disposal scheme achieves 100 approval rate

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Welsh Water clamps down on fly-tippers

Welsh Water is warning people they could face prosecution if they are caught fly-tipping at any of its sites.

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Welsh Water goes green - and secures £250 million loan from European Investment Bank to help generate even more green energy

Welsh Water has reached a key milestone in its drive to cut carbon emissions by ensuring that its sites across Wales and Herefordshire are now powered by green energy.

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