New reports published by the Environment Agency show that pollution incidents from water companies are falling while the quality of the water environment continues to rise. Read more
In an Expert Focus article for Waterbriefing, Brendan McAndrew, Principal Consultant and technical lead at MWH (now part of Stantec), discusses how water companies can ensure their services are resilient Read more
A £72 million state-of the-art sludge treatment and anaerobic digestion facility at Yorkshire Water’s Knostrop works in Leeds has been given the Read more
Iain Stewart, Principal Utilities Expert EMEA, Teradata discusses why water companies need to become truly data-driven in order to see major gains in asset management, customer management and regulatory performance. Read more
Anglian Water has formed an industry-leading IT alliance worth £100 million over the eight year term. Read more
The Environment Agency is launching a major flood defence scheme in Hull after securing £36.5 million in Government funding. Read more
The Environment Agency is calling on growers to think ‘slope, soil and stream’ when they apply metaldehyde based slug pellets to crops this autumn.
Scottish Water has boosted its commitment to renewable energy with an investment to fund solar power projects over the next three years – four firms have been awarded contracts worth a total of £9 million.
The Environment Agency has awarded two vehicle maintenance contracts worth an estimated £34 million in total.
Primary school pupils have become the first to take part in a new proactive community initiative launched by Northumbrian Water which will address potential future flood risk and help build resilience to climate change.
The UK's Department For International Development has gone out to tender with a contract for engineering management services to rehabilitate the water supply in Freetown, the capital city of Sierra Leone, worth an estimated £36.8 million.
Scottish Water has awarded two separate contracts for pump hire worth an estimated £18 million in total.