Thames Water Commercial Services has trebled the size of its Scottish operation in a bid to seize a greater share of Scotland’s £330million non-household water retail market. Read more
Biwater has won an advanced water treatment plant project contract to explore a new source of water in California. Read more
Expansion of a major water recycling centre in Cambridgeshire has provided an opportunity for Anglian Water to pilot a more streamlined approach to working with the supply chain in the Read more
Yorkshire Water’s £34M innovative and energy self-sufficient bio-energy plant located at Esholt waste water treatment works, has been officially opened. Read more
Only one in ten Alpine rivers are healthy enough to maintain water supply and to cope with climate impacts according to a new report by WWF. Read more
An underwater turbine that is set to be used in Scotland’s first tidal power project has successfully completed an initial testing period in Orkney, and is providing electricity for homes and businesses on the island of Eday, one of Orkney’s northern isles.
Environment Agency Wales has refurbished a river monitoring station in St Fagans, Cardiff, to improve its flood warning service to thousands of properties.
An opportunity in the Caribbean for UK businesses in the water sector is being advertised by UK Trade & Investment.
A four-week, extra round of consultation on detailed Thames Water amendments to plans for the construction of the Thames Tunnel has been revealed in the feedback report for the second phase of consultation, published today.
Kier, the integrated construction, services and property group, has said in its Interim Management Statement for 2012 so far that it remains on course to meet its expectations for the current financial year and is performing well in the current market.
Despite progress in some areas, Europe must do more to create the 'green economy' needed for the continent to become sustainable, according to a new report from the European Environment Agency (EEA).