United Kingdom: From toxic sewer to natural haven, the river Wear’s return from the dead

Guardian: A terribly nice and passionate man called Richard Jenkins from the Environment Agency is, as we sit hunkered comfily like a couple of slack-jawed yokels sucking long grass fronds on the banks of the River Wear, telling me some astonishingly interesting things. Unfortunately the terminology isn’t floating my boats, nor would it lift your skirts

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United Kingdom: From toxic sewer to natural haven, the river Wear’s return from the dead

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