Severn Trent presses for reforms to allow water trading

Guardian: The water industry needs to undergo radical reform in order to survive, according to one of the biggest utilities in Britain, Severn Trent. The reforms would also reduce debt levels and customers' bills, according to chief executive Tony Wray, who wants companies to divert more water from rivers in wetter parts of the country to supply households in the drier south-east. This plan would be cheaper than building dozens of planned reservoirs and desalination plants to cope with ......

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