Stop the Tory Sewage Scandal!

Michael Mullaney and the Lib Dems demnad an end to sewage being dumped in our rivers and seas. In 2023 water companies dumped sewage into our waterways 460,000 times nationally. Tory MPs continue to let them get away with it.

The Tory Government’s decision to allow water companies to discharge sewage into our rivers
and seas is a national disgrace.

However it isn’t only affecting our coastlines and major rivers, it’s happening right here on
our doorstep too. Official figures from the Rivers Trust show that sewage was discharged
into local rivers and streams hundreds of times last year.

Michael Mullaney says our Tory MP must accept his share of the blame for this scandal. He has voted in Parliament to continue to allow the water companies to get away with this. It must stop

Lib Dems have launched a petition. You can sign online or by filling in the form below.


Stop the Tory sewage scandal

Water companies pumped sewage into our rivers and seas more than 1 million times over the past three years. The Conservatives are letting them get away with it and want taxpayers to pay to fix the problem. Water companies need to clean up their own mess and stop dumping sewage in our water. It's time for sewage tax on £2.2 billion water company annual profits, a ban on water company executive bonuses, and it's time for the Government to start dealing with this issue properly.

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