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
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
Hydro International has launched a specialist service to help industrial and commercial sites avoid the devastating environmental and financial consequences of inadequate pollution spill containment. Read more
Thousands of homes and properties in the UK could be protected from river flooding by a ‘supersized’ engineering solution, which uses proven principles of vortex flow control technology to deliver Read more
Landia’s externally-mounted GasMix digester mixing system is proving to be an integral part of EPS Water’s successful Design Build Operate (DBO) package at the recently expanded WWTW in Tullamore, home Read more
In partnership with Météo-France and the National Museum of Natural History, the French National Sea Centre NAUSICAA has today launched a new exhibition entitled Ocean & Climate: getting hot Read more
Businesses across the country can now bid for a share of a £150 million pot to create the training schemes they need to grow their companies, Skills Minister Matthew Hancock announced today.
Scottish Water has started the procurement process for a contractor to design and build its proposed £100m 5km long sewer tunnel in Glasgow.
A new report published by the European Environment Agency today show that the extent and volume of the Arctic sea ice has declined rapidly since global data became available in 1980 and is expected to shrink further.
Scotland continues to be on major flood alert this morning following heavy overnight rainfall and flash flooding, with multiple flood warnings currently in place.
United Utilities has gone out to tender with a contract for construction of a new wastewater treatment plant at its existing Davyhulme treatment works – estimated value is between £123 million to £170 million, depending on the solution which is finally selected.
Bristol Water’s plans for a new reservoir at Cheddar have reached an important new stage, with the first phase of public consultation due to start in January.