Mitchell Laithes is the fifth biggest waste water treatment works in Yorkshire and treats sewage and waste from more than 500,000 homes and businesses in Dewsbury and the Spen Valley.
What does WWTW stand for?
WWTW stands for Waste Water Treatment Works (Scotland)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The waste water treatment works at Bran Sands which is the envy of other regions of the UK
Scottish Water said: "We are continuing to closely monitor our Dumbarton waste water treatment works to ensure that the treatment has not been compromised.
The company was yesterday fined pounds 145,000 at Liverpool Magistrates' Court for illegally discharging the waste material from its waste water treatment works in the city's Sandon Dock.
But sewerage networks and waste water treatment works are not specifically designed to remove these sort of items and more and more are ending up in our rivers and then on beaches.
Welsh Water is building a plant that harnesses the energy trapped in rotting sewage to power its waste water treatment works in Tremorfa.
COGTA's Ms Vika added that a document was being compiled for National Treasury to consider funding the waste water treatment works and the water treatment works.
It happened at around 5pm, close to the small terraced house where John lived, a few doors away from the corner of Corbyn Street and opposite the waste water treatment works.