Thoughts on leakage

The 9th Global Leakage Summit took place in London on 13-14 March 2018 looking at efficiency, resilience and sustainability. Here, Bob Taylor of South West...

Technology flows on

Flow is the most important parameter measured by the water industry to manage and control the clean and wastewater networks from source to tap...

Treating ammonia: options overview

Where are we now and where are we going in meeting the challenges for sustainable ammonia treatment? While providing an overview of current technologies...

Maintenance: mind the training gap

Over recent years, there has been a great improvement in site safety and training requirements in both intention and practice, notwithstanding how they are...

Consumer choice for business

As the new non-household retail water market launches in England, Evan Joanette of the Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) explores the opportunities and challenges...

New water market opportunities

With just over a month to go (at the time of writing) before the retail market for business, charity and public sector customers in...

Leakage matters

Leakage is probably the indicator of water companies’ performance that gets the highest profile with customers. Quite rightly, customers see excessive leakage as a...

Why we all need flow measurement

Without flow, the water industry quite literally would not exist. Gigalitres of water and waste water are abstracted, treated, delivered, consumed, collected, treated and...

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