– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 7 July 2004.

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Question S2W-9138

To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S2W-6338 by Colin Boyd QC on 15 March 2004, where, and when, the 15 pollution incidents leading to convictions for Scottish Water took place.

Colin Boyd QC:

The 15 pollution incidents leading to convictions for Scottish Water occurred at the following times and places:

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Date of Incident

Place of Incident

25 April 2001

Murray Road/ Cullen Road, East Kilbride

5 May 2001

Murrayhill Road, East Kilbride

6 June 2001

Stapleton Road Sewage Pumping Station, Annan

13 June 2001

Philipshill Sewage Treatment Works, East Kilbride

14 June 2001

Public park to rear of Headhouse Green, East Kilbride

7 October 2001

Stapleton Road Sewage Treatment Works, Annan

23 May 2002

Cairneyhill pumping Station, Fife

11 June 2002

Ardoch Sewage Treatment Works, Dumbarton

5 August 2002

Cove Burn at Cardwell Bay, Gourock

19 August 2002

Dalmore Sewage Treatment Works, Clydebank

23 January 2003

Auchengiel Sewage Treatment Works, Moodiesburn

19 March 2003

Red Burn - pipe serving Dunnswood Waste Water Treatment Works

24 March 2003

Torry Burn adjacent to 104 Main Street, Cairneyhill, Fife

15 May 2003

Torry Burn at Cairneyhill Pumping Station, Fife

21 May 2003

Nairn Waste Water Treatment Works, Nairn

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