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Full Service Private Water Supply & Extraction
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We're hiring: Admin assistant, full or part time opportunities. Please contact us today. 
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We are recruiting an administration assistant for full or part time work at our office in Melmerby, Ripon. More info here - http://www.daleswater.co.uk/careers/

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Introducing the.sybox, a new innovation in water boosting technology that has several advantages over traditional pumping and water boosting systems.

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The Environment Agency (EA) and DEFRA are proposing to change the abstraction licencing regime in England and Wales, the first time substantial changes have been made in approximately 60 years. Here are our thoughts on the matter:

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We are now fully approved DAB e.syline partners and hold stock of the e.sybox booster pump and accessories.

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Part 2 of an interview style blost post for the +National Ground Water Association & Water Well Journal. Part 1 featured in the Magazine last year, part 2 wasn't published but you can read it here - 

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We're now fully moved into our new purpose built office complete with meeting area, check out our blog post for some pictures - 

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Something from the archives: a feature on how a borehole can help farmers from 1995. It was a drought year so Farming in Yorkshire ran an article after we had a surge of enquiries. However the article then went on to point out that it's very rare drought conditions are the sole reason for getting a borehole drilled, it's all about cost saving for the farmer as capital expenditure can quickly be regained as the farmer is no long paying ~£1.40 per cubic metre of water from a mains company.

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Ever wondered about the potential cost savings of borehole water supplies? Here's a quick breakdown and case study compared to mains water supplies.

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