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...

Man, machine and innovation achieve reservoir repair four times quicker

A team from Wessex Water have completed the refurbishment of a hilltop covered reservoir in four weeks instead of sixteen thanks to thinking outside...

Joint India-UK water quality research venture takes shape

A joint programme of eight new water research projects between India and the UK has been launched in New Delhi this month by UK...

Final Ofwat plan for PR19 demands more efficiency and innovation than...

Water regulator Ofwat has published the final methodology for its 2019 price review (PR19), promising lower bills, improved services, reduced leakage and more help...

Severn Trent goes to businesses for leakage reduction ideas

Water company Severn Trent asked business visitors at a technology event in Coventry University to explore new ideas to help tackle leakage. More than 100...

Certification scheme launched to improve anaerobic digestion performance

The UK trade body for the anaerobic digestion (AD) industry has launched a pioneering certification scheme to help improve performance and safety. AD is becoming...

Sheffield’s £21 million Lower Don Valley flood defence completed

A £21 million flood defence scheme to better protect hundreds of businesses in Sheffield’s Lower Don Valley has opened in a partnership scheme with...

Wessex Water achieves UK first with CIPP pressure main lining in...

South-west England utility company Wessex Water has become the first company in the UK to deliver a pressure main liner to the new international...

New ISO standard loos to boost health in places without sewers

Though city planners are working hard to build infrastructure systems, for millions of people, non-sewered systems are the only option, and that’s where an...

New nano-membrane water treatment works in Scottish Highlands

Scottish Water has opened a new water treatment plant for customers in the remote, scenic coastal town of Stoer in north-west Scotland using state-of-the-art...

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