Julian with bottle of water

Stop the Sewage!

Back Julian's Campaign to stop sewage being pumped into our rivers and lakes

Water companies pumped sewage into our rivers and seas more than 1 million times over the past three years, including our local supplier Thames Water, who fouled the water over 30,000 times.

The sewage not only comes down the Thames where it is released at multiple sites across the constituency including Ham Island at Old WIndsor and the Roundmoor ditch which then flows into the Jubilee River where the effluence is visible. This filth is even pumped into Blacknest at Sunningdale, which feeds into Virginia Water Lake. 

Water companies need to clean up their own mess and stop dumping sewage in our water.

The Conservatives are letting them get away with it and want taxpayers to pay to fix the problem. Windsor's Conservative MP actually voted for this sewage release to continue.

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.

Stop Sewage Dumping

Tax water companies' huge profits and fix our sewage system

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