Hydro International is launching The Hydro StormTrainTM Series, a comprehensive toolbox of surface water treatment devices in anticipation of the growing need to remove silts, sediments and other pollutants from Read more
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
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
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
A recent initiative by Hartlepool Water has highlighted a real opportunity for the utilitie Read more
UK water industry regulator Ofwat has published a new discussion paper which examines whether upstream catchment management can deliver a better deal both for water customers and the environment.
The Greenhouse Gas Protocol, a global collaboration led by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and the World Resources Institute (WRI) has today launched two new standards to enable businesses to better measure, manage and report their greenhouse gas emissions.
HSBC Bank plc has today sold Cambridge Water PLC to South Staffordshire Plc, owners of South Staffordshire Water - just two months after buying it.
The RSPB says that Chancellor George Osborne’s speech at the Conservative party conference yesterday has revealed that the party is split on the environment.
In its Interim Management Statement published this morning, leading UK integrated support services company Carillion says the company expects earnings in 2011 to grow strongly, in line with market expectations.
The European Commission is asking Germany to comply with EU water legislation.