The Echo writes about the West Rayleigh Sewage Works here, and the proposed increased powers for the Leader of the Council here.
There are some interesting comments at the bottom of the articles. But more importantly, the Echo’s involvement plus the efforts of Rawreth Parish Council – and maybe Chris’ question to Full Council – seems to be getting through to Anglian Water:
Sewage cake is the leftover from treated sewage and is used in farms as fertilizer. Collette Nicholls, a spokeswoman from Anglian Water, said the company is aware there have been lorries leaving the plant which have been uncovered.
She said: “We are working with the contractor to make sure this does not happen. They know that they should not do this. We are concerned that they have been using uncovered vehicles.”