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Adopt a sewer!


spuds
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On a point of curiosity, as your local water board informed you that they will be adopting sewers on private land, very shortly. In the past, any sewer repairs were the responsibility of the land owner, now it would seem, the water boards will be taking on this responsibility under various Acts of Parliament. This might add a further £3.00/ £14.00 (estimated) to your annual bill.

More Severn Trent information http://www.stwater.co.uk/sewerownership

Will it make any difference to you?.

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Quickbeam

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Will you also be responsible for the care of the rats in any adopted sewers?

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