Water companies face chemical supply disruption

The Environment Agency has told water firms they can temporarily reduce the amount of chemicals used for the treatment of wastewater due to a shortage of supply, this highlights the reliance of the water industry on chemicals to meet discharge consents. The current crisis is caused by a shortage in delivery drivers but AMP7 will see a significant increase in demand outstripping current manufacturing capacity, so is this just the tip of the iceberg?

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