HMMW Water Treatment Plant to Be Replaced

The Hindmarsh Water Treatment plant in Hinkley, south-east England, is set to be replaced by a new plant that will remove heavy metals from the water, despite the plant being built to the standards required by the European Union.

The replacement will involve a new treatment plant, according to a statement by the UK government.

“The UK Government has committed to replacing the Hindmars water treatment plant in 2019.” “

The plant has been in operation for 70 years and was one of the biggest projects in the UK’s history, costing an estimated £3bn. “

The UK Government has committed to replacing the Hindmars water treatment plant in 2019.”

The plant has been in operation for 70 years and was one of the biggest projects in the UK’s history, costing an estimated £3bn.

The plant is the largest in the country, containing an average of 400,000 litres of water a day.

The project will be completed in 2019, with the final project costing £9.5bn, according the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

The UK is the only EU member state not to require the use of heavy metals in water treatment.

The announcement came after it was announced that the UK was to sign a deal to buy heavy metal water treatment plants from China, a deal that is set for completion next year.

However, the deal has not yet been ratified by the EU.