Green power division of Severn Trent Water invests in third food...

One of the UK’s largest water and waste water treatment companies, Severn Trent, is building a third food waste and green gas plant at its...

Westminster Council proposes charging builders for blocked drains

A sewerage surcharge is being proposed in a London borough in a bid to stop building material clogging up the city’s gullies. Westminster City Council...

Cosmetics retailer goes for nationwide water provider

Ethical bath products and cosmetics retailer Lush has signed a three-year deal with business water retailer water2business for its water and wastewater retail services. The...

Water charity says climate change threatens progress for world’s poorest

As the United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Bonn, international development charity WaterAid warns that climate change is already hitting the poorest hardest,...

Leeds professor and Quito water company director win international water awards

The International Water Association (IWA) has announced Professor Barbara Evans from the University of Leeds as the winner of the 2017 IWA Water and...

England’s bathing water standards remain high in 2017

New bathing water quality statistics show England's favourite swimming spots have maintained high standards. According to statistics published by the Department for Environment, Food and...

Northern Ireland Water begins major solar energy scheme

Northern Ireland (NI) Water has commenced work on a solar farm to supply electricity to its 33-acre Dunore water treatment works on the shore...

Works begin on Boston Barrier tidal flood defence scheme

The Floods Minister Theresa Coffey joined the Environment Agency and local colleagues on 22 January 2018 to mark the start of works on the...

Irish Water commences upgrade to its largest waste water treatment plant

Global resource management company Veolia has commenced work on an €80 million upgrade to the Ringsend wastewater treatment plant near Dublin, the largest such...

Study shows groundwater nitrates threaten global water supplies

Researchers at the British Geological Survey (BGS) have estimated the amount of pollution from nitrates stored in rocks above groundwater for the first time....

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