RadiusPLUS, specialist on-site service provider for pipeline infrastructure works, has acquired the Subterra division of Daniel Contractors for an undisclosed sum.
Global consultant CH2M Hill has reduced its water consumption in the UK by 19.3 per cent between 2011 and 2012 to 4,600 cubic metres, as it publishes its 2013 sustainability report.
UK energy exploration company Cuadrilla Resources has announced the appointment of Arup as independent provider of Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) to be conducted as part of planning applications to explore for natural gas from shale in Lancashire.
South West Water has installed a cutting-edge water treatment research facility at its Crownhill site in Plymouth which is poised to revolutionise tap water production in the UK.
Thames Water has been ordered to pay £41,000 for polluting the River Ash in Ashford, an incident which killed an estimated 4,300 fish.
Black & Veatch has completed a number of sludge treatment upgrades at two Sewage Treatment Works for Thames Water, helping to expand and enhance the utility’s sludge treatment operations.
Leading provider of water and wastewater treatment technologies Bluewater Bio International has announced that their innovative high performance multimedia filtration technology, FilterClear, has been selected by Anglian Water to be included in their Tertiary Solids Removal Framework.
Arizona-based Global Water, which is working with Thames Water, has sold a majority interest in its Smart Grid for Water Platform, FATHOM™.
Installing 200,000 water meters and generating 21 per cent of its energy through sewage sludge are part of Yorkshire Water’s objectives in its business plan for the period 2015-2020, with consultation open to its customers today.
Shareholders of infrastructure services group May Gurney met yesterday to vote on the acquisition of the firm by Kier, with the proposal being overwhelmingly approved.