The Environment Agency has been on site since Sunday:
- Containing the fire-fighting water on site and preventing it from escaping into the nearby canals and rivers.
- Using aerators to restore oxygen where contaminated water did escape into the waterways.
- Moved 300 fish to healthier water upstream in the centre of Kidderminster.
Severn Trent have also confirmed that drinking supplies have not been affected by the fire.
The Fire Service and the Police are still investigating the cause of the fire.
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