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A Chalk Aquifer Alliance event hosted by Bury Water Meadows Group
Storm overflows are the route by which raw sewage gets into our rivers from water treatment works. Ash Smith from the redoubtable Windrush Against Sewage Pollution makes a welcome return to the Chalk Aquifer Alliance stage to share his expertise on all things storm overflow.
What are they, when and why are they really used?
How to locate them and the different types.
How to look for evidence of offences and impact.
Q and A
See this link for DEFRA's definition of when storm overflows should be classified as 'unsatisfactory' gov.uk/government/publications/water-companies-environmental-permits-for-storm-overflows-and-emergency-overflows/water-companies-environmental-permits-for-storm-overflows-and-emergency-overflows