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Huber Technology recently completed a large £1.2 million project at Duncrue Street, Belfast consisting f supply of equipment and mechanical installation to the inlet works. Read more
Hydro International has launched a specialist service to help industrial and commercial sites avoid the devastating environmental and financial consequences of inadequate pollution spill containment. Read more
Thousands of homes and properties in the UK could be protected from river flooding by a ‘supersized’ engineering solution, which uses proven principles of vortex flow control technology to deliver Read more
Landia’s externally-mounted GasMix digester mixing system is proving to be an integral part of EPS Water’s successful Design Build Operate (DBO) package at the recently expanded WWTW in Tullamore, home Read more
Southern Water is continuing to invest in its East Worthing Treatment Works with its ongoing programme of almost £20 million of improvements at the site. Read more
The Environment Agency is to start building flood defences to protect hundreds of homes and businesses from the threat of flooding.
Balfour Beatty has announced that one of its key supply chain partners, A-Plant, has joined The 5% Club, the industry group that was formed to create momentum behind the recruitment of apprentices and graduates into the workforce. A-Plant is Balfour Beatty’s first supply chain partner to do so.
Yorkshire Water has launched a new tariff which will help to reduce the bills of around 10,000 customers on low incomes and whose water bills are higher than average.
Innovative water and wastewater treatment company ArviaTM Technology has secured £4 million in its latest round of investment funding. The company is now embarking on a series of demonstration installations in industrial treatment facilities.
Thames Water is making continued progress with its investigations programme to identify and remove misconnections from its network - but it is predicted that there are at least another 60,000 misconnections still to be found.
Representatives from Anglian Water, Essex County Council and Castle Point Borough Council have met with the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to present a bid for nearly £25 million to further reduce the risk of future flooding on Canvey Island.