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Amey wins £113m+ AMP6 Yorkshire Water waste water contract

Yorkshire Water has awarded a new AMP6 waste water network repair and maintenance contract to Amey Utility Services. Read more


New approach to grit removal could be key to TOTEX goals in AMP6

A radical change of approach to grit removal in wastewater treatment plants is being introduced to the UK for the first time. Read more


Milford Haven STW - A Wastewater Case Study

Huber Technology recently completed the installation of new escalator inlet screens and screenings handling plant for Welsh Water (DCWW) at Milford Haven STW. Read more


United Utilities and Peel Energy submit plans for 16 new wind turbines

United Utilities and Peel Energy have submitted plans to expand an existing East Lancashire wind farm on Scout Moor by 16 new turbines. Read more


Thames Water: deal with Haven for 100% renewable electricity worth up to £1.5bn

Thames Water has achieved a 100% renewable electricity supply via a long-term contract with Haven Power worth more than £500m over five years. Read more

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One of the UK’s most experienced renewable energy firms has completed the first phase of Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water’s largest solar PV project as part of the water company's initiative to reduce carbon emissions by 25%.

A unique ‘fats to fuel’ recycling project in Bradford supported by Yorkshire Water is planning to expand across parts of the city to harness the bio fuel potential of waste cooking oil, whilst also protecting local sewers.

United Utilities' boil water alert following the detection of the Cryptosporidium parasite in the company’s water network has now entered its fourth week - yesterday the company started the process to lift the boil water advice in some specific parts of Lancashire.

A new defined benefits pension scheme is being offered to some Northumbrian Water Group employees to replace an existing final salary scheme which the company says is "no longer sustainable."

A number of leading renewable energy organisations are warning that government proposals in the consultation launched yesterday to review the Feed-in Tariffs scheme will jeopardise investment in the renewable energy sector and put thousands of jobs at risk.

NI Water has awarded a contract valued at £58 million to Cookstown based company, GO Power.  NI Water is the largest consumer of electricity in Northern Ireland and the new contract covers the company’s entire metered electricity requirements for the next two years.  

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