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River Gaunless, Bishop Auckland

We are investing up to £9 million to improve Butterknowle, Cockfield and Ramshaw sewage treatment works. Starting in December 2018 and likely to continue to December 2019. These works will improve the quality of the water in the River Gaunless and will not involve any disruption to the wastewater service in the area. We would really like to hear any comments or questions you may have get in touch using the 'Contact us' button at the top of the page or leave a comment below. Dean Thompson NWL project manager

Update by Brian Hall

Considering the rain we have had this week we have still managed to push on. All went well getting the heavy plant into Butterknowle Sewage Treatment Works.  Fencing is now back in place and reinstated.

We are constructing the new storm tanks at both Ramshaw and Butterknowle. In addition we are getting ready for the electrical equipment and kiosk to arrive at Cockfield.

A few photos attached showing this weeks progress.

Enjoy your weekend.

Thanks

Martin

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