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New approach to grit removal could be key to TOTEX goals in AMP6

A radical change of approach to grit removal in wastewater treatment plants is being introduced to the UK for the first time. Read more


Huber Technology upgrades NI Water Inlet works in Belfast

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


The IET Conference - Water: Process Control and Automation

The only conference delivered by engineers, for engineers. Highlights include case studies on practical implementations of WITS DNP3, a blueprint for AMP6 real time systems, telemetry implementation and cyber security Read more


United Utilities and Peel Energy submit plans for 16 new wind turbines

United Utilities and Peel Energy have submitted plans to expand an existing East Lancashire wind farm on Scout Moor by 16 new turbines. Read more

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The UK infrastructure sector received a boost today as George Osborne outlined measures to kickstart the economy in his Autumn Statement, but the green economy did not get as much support with uncertainty surrounding the Green Investment Bank's borrowing powers.

Northern Ireland Environment Minister Alex Attwood has announced eight successful projects that will share up to £62,435 to improve water quality in their area.

The Country Land & Business Association (CLA) has told the Environment Agency it should hand responsibility for major drainage systems in Somerset over to Inland Drainage Boards (IDBs) in light of Agency budget cuts.

Technology giant Siemens is working with tidal power firm Nova Innovation to develop the world’s first community tidal power project based in Bluemull Sound in Shetland.

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Construction on £5m flood scheme set to begin

The Environment Agency is holding a tree planting ceremony on Friday 7 December with its partners for the £5.1 million Lower River Dove flood scheme to celebrate the start of the construction phase of the project.

Yorkshire Water has begun a £600,000 project to clean 4,000 metres of Victorian-era water pipes in Ripon using a device known as a ‘pig’.

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