Until recently, turbidity testing at the Pontsticill Water Treatment Works in the Brecon Beacons National Park relied on the use of bellows pumps. Read more
The Water Research Centre (WRc) is proposing the introduction of a National Innovation Accelerator for Water (NIAW) in a bid to hasten innovation in the normally risk-averse water sector. Read more
Heavy June rain put the Environment Agency’s £12million Flood Alleviation Scheme on the River Douglas through its first major test as torrential downpours spectacularly filled its radical new flood storage Read more
ACWA Emirates has reported excellent results from a portable membrane bioreactor (MBR) sewage treatment plant that is purifying waste for a $9 billion gas megaproject at Habshan, a remote desert Read more
Anglian Water is investing £1 million to install Hydro International’s innovative SludgeScreenTM technology to optimise screenings and dewatering efficiency at ten sewage treatment works. Read more
Water UK, the body which represents the UK water and wastewater companies at national and international level, has described criticism at the weekend of some of Britain's bathing beaches by a single interest group as “disappointing and damaging”.
Thames Water has published its first 25-year Strategic Direction Statement Taking Care of Water – Our plan for a sustainable future.