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
Hydro International’s online flow control design software has been upgraded to make it easier than ever for engineers to optimise their designs and achieve the best-possible flow attenuation for both 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
A new study released by the European Commission today shows that green bonds have enjoyed extraordinary growth, since they were first issued in 2007, with the UK and France the biggest issuers in Europe.
Specialists from Natural Resources Wales (NRW) are taking a new, innovative approach to flood maintenance work on the River Rhymney which is benefiting both people and wildlife.
In an Expert Focus article for Waterbriefing, Jeremy Jones, Associate Director, Technical Authority for Storm Water Management and Planning, Atkins discusses whether storm water management and planning can provide the answer to preventing flooding in the UK.
Capital expenditure at Yorkshire Water increased by 78.2% in the six month period to 30 September 2016, rising to £175.5m compared to £98.5m for the same period last year, according to its interim results for the six months ended 30th September 2016.
The quality of drinking water and bathing water, and the effectiveness of waste water treatment across the European Union continues to improve - but challenges remain, according to a new European Environment Agency (EEA) report published today.
Sutton & East Surrey Water is addressing its “disappointing performance on the Service Incentive Mechanism” which remains "our biggest single challenge", according to a statement by Chairman Jeremy Pelczer released on the company's progress to accompany the publication of its interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2016.