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PostSubject: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Wed Apr 27, 2011 10:57 pm

FOUND THIS, just for info


Fish killed after waste leaks into canal
By Charlotte Talbot
April 19, 2011

A WATER company was fined £12,000 for allowing untreated sewage to seep into the Basingstoke Canal, killing more than 200 fish.

The leakage was discovered on September 7, 2009, when an officer from the Environment Agency was called to the canal at Boundary Road in Woking.

Representatives from Thames Water appeared at Woking Magistrates’ Court on Friday (April 15), and pleaded guilty to one count of permitting polluting matter/waste to enter controlled waters.

The court heard the cloudy discharge, that smelt strongly of sewage, was coming from a surface water outlet.

Readings taken upstream of the discharge showed dissolved oxygen levels were at 44.8% and ammonium levels were at 3.24 milligrams per litre of water.

The reading near the discharge point was 5% dissolved oxygen and 33.27mg/l ammonium levels.

Fisheries officer Dominic Martyn also attended the scene at around 11.20am and found 35 dead fish in a 200m stretch, including roach, bream, perch and gudgeon.

By September 10, some 230 dead fish had been counted.

The day after the leak was found, aeration equipment was installed by Thames Water.

The next day the Environment Agency gave permission for the company to tanker several loads of clean water from Goldsworth Park balancing pond.

Work was going on at a foul sewer in Victoria Way where a blockage was found. Two drain rods, which were removed, had collected fat, oil and grease.

Prosecutor Rooma Horeesorun said the sewers were investigated but they did not show ‘any structural defects’.

She said: "It’s my concern that this could happen again. However, the defendant company would say they are maintaining this regularly."

"It’s the responsibility of the defendant to maintain the foul sewers and keep them in a condition so these matters are less likely to occur."

John Warrington, defending, said following the incident four lengths of sewer were cleaned. There will now be six monthly inspections at the site.

The company was also ordered to pay £5,388 towards the prosecution costs.
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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:39 am

nice one keith
its reassuring to know that our water charges are being used to pay fines which go to the government
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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:23 am

making inquiorys weather the fish have been replaced or not
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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Sun Apr 13, 2014 11:29 am

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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Thu Jun 05, 2014 6:44 am

OK, while I have been away, fly fishing, I still been doing me bit for fishing, had a trip down bassingstoke cannel, not a pretty site, took over 40 pics, of nothing but green stuff, I have been monertring this stuff for the last few years, last year we had a fish kill, so I expect we we have one again this year, have passed these pics onto John Sutton, saw a nice big carp, see pic, there are some nice sized bream in the woking part, saw them on way back from fishing goldworth lakes, it is nice and clear there


https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=647145678702124&set=pcb.647147948701897&type=1&theater




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I will be going to this meeting to put my case across

http://mycouncil.surreycc.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=198&MId=3556&Ver=4

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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Tue Jun 10, 2014 12:26 pm

Loads of roach, some jacks and some good bream visible at the Horsell end of Woking this morning. No sign of any carp. Might give the bream a go next week.
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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Wed Jul 02, 2014 4:06 pm

THE eA ARE HAVING A meeting tomorrow night


Then get along to the Angling Trust SE Fisheries Forum at The Basingstoke Canal Centre
Mytchett Place Road, Mytchett
Surrey GU16 6DD

on Thursday July 3rd

Tea and coffee served from 6.45pm meeting starts at 7.15pm


any one faney going, i am, I would like to know why i cannot fish my part of the canal, Runnymede area, its full of green stuff
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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Wed Jul 02, 2014 6:52 pm

Can't go Keith but would be interested in what they say. There is a good facebook page for the canal and it seems from there that the problem is getting better, but it doesn't seem to be much better between Woking and West Byfleet.
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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Fri Jul 04, 2014 8:24 am

meeting was a shorted down one of the one in Reading 2/3 weeks ago, cormorants, fishing clubs should get to gether and do somethink, looking after rivers, thats it, crucian conservation project
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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Fri Feb 27, 2015 6:42 am

a meeting tonight, just found this, any one going, sort notices, wood like to go but no wheels so a lelf wood be nice if any one going, pay for you to get in Very Happy


https://www.facebook.com/basingstokecanal/photos/a.502944563081272.106049.134294099946322/872672432775148/?type=1&theater


for these with no FB


Invasive species talk organised by the Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust at the Canal Centre tomorrow evening - Friday 27th Feb at 7.30 pm.
Come and learn about Himalayan balsam and mink and their impacts, plus other infiltrators you may not yet know about in a talk by Glen Skelton of the Surrey Wildife Trust.
No charge for members of the Trust. Visitor donations welcome e.g. £3 per person. All are welcome.
Tea, coffee and biscuits available.
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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Mon Apr 06, 2015 3:39 pm

had a cycle to goldworth lakes, woking, need the x-or-size, me size 34" jenes getting a bit tight, went down the cannel, nothing to re-port, nice drive,
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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Tue Feb 09, 2016 10:27 am

just heard that they are reparing parts of the canal, the east side off woking, so might pop down and help out in some way
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PostSubject: Re: BASSINGSTOKE CANAL   Tue Feb 09, 2016 5:37 pm


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