CSO R.Aire 2011-07-18

Combined Sewer Overflow

This is an example of a Combined Sewer Overflow incident on Monday 18th July 19:28, this is not a major pollution incident but when they occur they should be reported to the local water company, in this case it was reported. Persistent and repeated incidents at a CSO are indications that the capacity of the waste water and drains runoff system may be insufficient, and these would be a pollution problem. It occurred after heavy rain

2011 River cleanup in Shipley/Baildon area

River Aire cleanup Shipley-Baildon
Image ©Newsquest Bradford Telegraph & Argus ((clickable to their report)).
Here in the link below is a powerpoint presentation in Powerpoint 97-2004 format ((not the latest MS Office 2010 version – Powerpoint 97 is 2 versions older)) which should be playable using the Powerpoint player downloadable from Microsoft, if you don’t have MS-Office.

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River Aire clean up Shipley/Baildon area – June/July 2011.
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The presentation was prepared by Bradford Council covering cleanup work done in conjunction with the Environment Agency, West Yorkshire Probation Trust/(Community PaybackJustice Seen|Justice Done), Network Rail upgrading the fencing and InCommunities, with Bradford Council disposing of the debris and rubbish taken from the river.

In addition to Powerpoint It should also be playable+ ((+ no guarantees I don’t have a iPhone/iPad touch – I use a Mac, but can run Windows using Bootcamp|virtualisation)) using Keynote ((Mac App Store for Mac/iPhone/iPad+ users)), OpenOffice ((OpenOffice is free for Windows/Mac/Linux/Unix users)), LibreOffice ((LibreOffice is free for Windows/Mac/Linux/Unix users)) or NeoOffice ((NeoOffice is DonationWare for Mac users))· ((free/donation office suites for those who don’t want to/can’t run/afford MS-Office))