Yorkshire Water Services LTD
The project comprises a number of water and wastewater schemes located throughout Yorkshire Water’s operating area and included in the company’s investment programme for the period 2010-2015. The programme has been submitted to and will be monitored by the industry regulator OFWAT.
The proposed programme aims to support cost-effective compliance with environmental and customer service standards set by EU and national legislation in Yorkshire and parts of Humberside of England.
The Borrower complies with the requirements of Directive 97/11/EC as amended and carries out Environmental Impact Assessment procedures where required by the competent authorities and mitigating measures are applied as appropriate.
The project falls under the EU Procurement Directives 93/36/EEC, 93/37/EEC, 93/38/EEC and 92/50/EEC, as amended. The borrower has confirmed that it complies fully with the requirements of these Directives.
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