Christmas clean up

This festive season we're asking people from across the North West to help keep our beaches clean by making sure all their leftover cooking fats and oils are put in the bin rather than poured down the sink. If leftover fat from cooking the Christmas dinner goes down the sink, even with hot water and washing up liquid, it soon sets hard in the cold pipes. When it mixes ..

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Call of Nature

World Toilet Day was on Sunday 19th November this year; a UN initiative aiming to improve global sanitation. Although the majority of the North West waste water is safely treated through the United Utilities network risks to local rivers and seas are still prevalent through privately maintained waste water treatment works. The Call of Nature campaign has been desi..

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Cleaner Seas!

Whether you swim, paddle, or simply enjoy a stroll on one of the region’s many beaches, you can be assured, once again, that the quality of the water is cleaner than at any time in the last 30 years. For the second year in a row the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has published statistics that reveal that all 31 of the North West’s bathing wate..

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Whether you live, work or visit the North West you can make a difference to our beaches & seas

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We're a campaign with a huge challenge: to work together to keep our local beaches and bathing waters clean.

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North Walney Nature Reserve Beach clean

December 16, 2017

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