Rising to the pipework clearance challenge
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Rising to the pipework clearance challenge

Faced with a challenging programme of more than 950km of pipework cleaning, Affinity Water sought a collaborative team approach and innovative solution to plan and carry out the…

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Southern Water transforms its customer service
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Southern Water transforms its customer service

Southern Water is transforming the way it interacts with its customers – and our goal is to make our customer service comparable not just with the best in…

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Anglian Water: making business continuity a priority
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Anglian Water: making business continuity a priority

Keeping taps flowing is a top priority for all water companies, not least because interruptions to customers’ supply are unacceptable. Also, pollutions, leakage and flooding all come with…

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Dwr Cymru Welsh Water is to invest £1.5million on a project to improve the bathing water quality in Saundersfoot
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Dwr Cymru Welsh Water is to invest £1.5million on a project to improve the bathing water quality in Saundersfoot

The work by the not-for-profit water company will see a new long sea pipe installed which will improve the performance of the network, especially during stormy weather. This,…

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Bidding to improve the environment
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Bidding to improve the environment

The Water Framework Directive has prompted water companies to invest in a range of initiatives to improve water quality. The Water Industry Journal looked at a couple of…

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Severn Trent invests £35m to reduce phosphorous levels
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Severn Trent invests £35m to reduce phosphorous levels

Severn Trent is investing £35m to install new technology at its Finham Sewage Treatment Works near Coventry that will help to meet new environmental standards. The company is…

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Fatberg that became a global sensation
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Fatberg that became a global sensation

Thames Water engineers recently removed a giant 250 metre long fatberg ten times bigger than the famous Kingston monster found in 2013. The Whitechapel fatberg, one of the…

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Pioneering breakthrough in water quality monitoring
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Pioneering breakthrough in water quality monitoring

A pioneering breakthrough in water quality monitoring has been launched, and is set to have a profound impact on the way the UK water industry measure and manage…

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Turbidity measurement –
The same old problems…No longer
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Turbidity measurement –
The same old problems…No longer

5 main reasons why turbidity measurement is challenging, and how these issues are no longer

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Winning the battle against bracken on the heath
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Winning the battle against bracken on the heath

Durham Wildlife Trust’s Heart of Durham Project, working in partnership with Northumbrian Water, has improved a natural habitat by reducing invasive bracken.

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