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The Wastewater Watch

Welcome to Wastewater Watch

 

This is the official site of the WwW (Wastewater Watch) which was a reporting forum for all those involved in the industry. Known as the "Water Reporter", we have, over the years, tried to cover many issues within the water sector, from early 2004, through to 2011. These were times when many of the cartels operated, and under the watchful, and approving eyes of the authorities.  Our reports have been appreciated by some readers, embarrassed by others, but they were respected by all.  It was the first time reports were offered to the public, saying things that everyone was talking about. 

We took a break from the Wastewater Watch for several years, but we are now back. Many of our loyal readers have asked why they were not getting their regular newsletters, and this was enough motivation to return.  We must remind all here, that it takes a great deal of time, effort, research, and more research, to get reports to the point where we will decide what is newsworthy.  And what is legal.

We had a great deal of fun doing it, and were very fortunate in that we had the backing of you, the public, who were as concerned about water as we were. It would not have been the success it was without you. And if you want us to continue to put your thoughts into reports, please let us know.

Our new format will be an online presence, and have opted, at this stage, to avoid the emailing lists of "subscribers".  This is often labeled as junk, or spam. However, if any reader would like a copy of their latest report, directly to their inbox, we would happily epost.

Finally, we would like to thank you for your support.

Kind regards,

WwW

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