Hydro International is launching The Hydro StormTrainTM Series, a comprehensive toolbox of surface water treatment devices in anticipation of the growing need to remove silts, sediments and other pollutants from Read more
The UK water companies could learn some useful lessons from a project in Durban, South Africa, which reduced mains pipes burst by 67%. Read more
Until recently, turbidity testing at the Pontsticill Water Treatment Works in the Brecon Beacons National Park relied on the use of bellows pumps. Read more
Anglian Water is investing £1 million to install Hydro International’s innovative SludgeScreenTM technology to optimise screenings and dewatering efficiency at ten sewage treatment works. Read more
Powerful £10 million flood-busting pumps capable of shifting 3,500 pints of sewage per second around Warrington turned on at the end of November have already helped United Utilities to prevent flooding in recent storms.
Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering has launched the UK’s first driven precast pile cutting system which has the potential to reduce piling waste to zero.
Northern Ireland Environment MinisterMark H Durkan has welcomed the continued improvement in discharge compliance by water utilities in Northern Ireland.
Alex Stephenson, Director of Hydro International’s UK Stormwater Division and Chair of the British Water Sustainable Water Management (SuWM) Focus Group, examines whether institutional barriers preventing greater update of SuDS in the UK.
In a case brought by the Environment Agency, South West Water has been ordered to pay £58,375 in fines and costs for discharging sewage into a tributary of the Tamar estuary.
Water UK, the body which represents all of the UK water and wastewater companies at both national and EU level, has defended the utilities’ record in the sector.