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Hydro helps pioneer better AMP6 supply chain partnering with Anglian Water

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

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Hose pump automates effluent sampling at Thames Water

A Bredel APEX15 hose pump from Watson-Marlow Pumps Group has been installed at Thames Water’s Mogden sewage treatment works (STW). Read more

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Innovative Durban leakage project has lessons for UK

The UK water companies could learn some useful lessons from a project in Durban, South Africa, which reduced mains pipes burst by 67%. Read more

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Hartlepool Water project achieves major operational cost savings – paving the way for AMP6?

A recent initiative by Hartlepool Water has highlighted a real opportunity for the utilitie Read more

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Communities in parts of England can for the first time see how erosion could affect their coastline in future, in a pilot series of online maps.

Monday, 21 November 2011 08:59

Zebra Mussels invade Co. Armagh lake

The Northern Ireland Department of the Environment has confirmed that Zebra mussels are present at Loughgall Country Park Lake in Co. Armagh.

Northern Ireland Water (NIW) has been given yet another fine for pollution offences - making a total of eight fines the utility has received since July. 

The Environment Agency has launched a new consultation on the process it is proposing to use to assess all current large raised reservoirs to decide whether they are high risk.  

New analysis has revealed that water management is trailing climate change on the boardroom agenda, despite the fact that the majority of reported water-related risks and opportunities are recognized as near term.

Friday, 18 November 2011 07:15

New sustainability database launched

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) has launched a new database making a wealth of sustainability data, hard to find in thousands of reports, freely available.

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    Environment Agency Flood Risk Manager Robbie Wiliams explaining the challenges faced coping with the flood water on the Somerset Levels and talking about possible future sustainable solutions.

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