Chemical pollution detected in canal

Toxic pollution that has killed thousands of fish along a Wolverhampton canal has been detected in north Shropshire, it was revealed today.

river_floodToxic pollution that has killed thousands of fish along a Wolverhampton canal has been detected in north Shropshire, it was revealed today.

Pollution which started from a Severn Trent sewage plant is now being detected in parts of the canal around the Market Drayton area, although it is no longer strong enough to kill any fish after being diluted.

Read the full story in today's Shropshire Star

Comments for: "Chemical pollution detected in canal"

Matt

You'd like to think Severn Trent would know better.