Spot The Difference

UPDATED: Some words of explanation (updated 10 September 2017) :

The Consumer Council For Water is the water industry funded body that is supposed to represent and protect the interests of the customers of the big water companies in England and Wales. In reality, as evidenced by comparing the individual responses (below) from the Chief Executive of Yorkshire Water, Richard Flint, and the Chief Executive of the CCW, Tony Smith, you will see that, in fact, they are collaborators and mystics who are so closely ‘attuned’ that they are capable of seeing into each other’s minds and writing, as if by magic, identical letters. If anyone would like to discuss this level of corporate governance and independent thinking, and discover other juicy ‘facts’ about the spry dealings of Yorkshire Water, please get in touch with me. You can contact me by email via The Shed website.

NEWS: Judge describes Yorkshire Water as “reckless”, not just negligent!

Yorkshire Water fined £600,000 for allowing sewage to enter watercourse in village of Staithes. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/yorkshire-water-fined-600000-for-polluting-a-staithes-watercourse-with-sewage-sludge

Spot The Difference

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Spot The Difference (the letters) Click the image to enlarge.  Apologies: the links on the score sheet no longer work but reading the text is enough to give your a flavour – you will spot the difference! All for one, and one for all!

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Spot The Difference Score Sheet – enhance your knowledge by viewing the links below!:

The shining, award-winning, example of fantasy fiction from Yorkshire Water’s creative writing department, can be seen here: Copy of letter from Yorkshire Water to Brawby resident about surface water drainage rebate. (The property in question is one of the many properties in Brawby connected to the sewer for surface water drainage). Expect a further, further update on matter this shortly (Note: this update was made on 10 September 2017).

Since 2012, when there was a Brawby village-wide uprising against our shocking treatment at the hands of Yorkshire Water – a company that is now sickeningly and arrogantly boasting Main Sponsor status of the Hull City Of Culture 2017, a lot of foul water (and language) has flowed under the bridge towards Malton. My personal knowledge and understanding of the machinations of Yorkshire Water has increased ten, nay, 20 fold! I now know, with absolute certainty, that Yorkshire Water will do , and say, anything that enables it to avoids accepting responsibility for doing anything when things go wrong. (It is also master – so it kids itself – in the art of convincing other bodies, aka feeding bullshit, to local and district council officers and elected members, and the EA and CCW, of its superior knowledge status).  Yorkshire Water is never wrong. You can check local news reports of Yorkshire Water – the losers – in court and the comments that the judge made when meting-out lashes to Yorkshire Water for pollution offenses. Yorkshire Water does not care a damn, being insulated, as it is, from the real-world of ordinary mortals, by mega-bucks. Yorkshire Water is quite happy to argue the toss, ad nauseam.

Court ruling against Thames Water Utilities Limited re escape of sewage from its sewer network.

NEWS: Judge describes Yorkshire Water as “reckless”, not just negligent!

Yorkshire Water fined £600,000 for allowing sewage to enter watercourse in village of Staithes. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/yorkshire-water-fined-600000-for-polluting-a-staithes-watercourse-with-sewage-sludge

Enter The Sewer competition today! It’s just for fun but it’s super-educational! See how Yorkshire Water and the Consumer Council for Water work independently. It’s old fashioned, manual, and all you need is an HB pencil!

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