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
WRc, the water, waste and environmental consultancy, has been awarded a three-year framework by the Government Procurement Service (GPS).
Bluewater Bio International, provider of high-performance and low energy water and wastewater treatment technologies, has announced two key appointments to its senior team.
Engineering group Atkins is currently delivering the UK’s biggest ever temporary water supply project in time for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games while using new standards for the first time.
United Utilities has seen profits fall by 12 per cent to £311.4m for the year ended March 2012 despite a rise of £52m in revenue, its end of year results show.
A project by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) to identify ways of providing a cost effective deployment of tidal stream technologies at commercial scale in UK waters, has been announced at All-Energy by DECC Minister Charles Hendry.
Southern Water is investing more than £14 million to improve its Ashford Wastewater Treatment Works and Sellindge Wastewater Treatment Works.