Glenfield Valves – Sloy Hydro Station Refurbishment
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Glenfield Valves – Sloy Hydro Station Refurbishment

Glenfield Valves Limited was recently awarded a contract by Dales Engineering Services Ltd for overall client Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) to refurbish two Needle Discharge Valves –…

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Leading pump rental specialist Selwood provides green-friendly solution to overpumping job
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Leading pump rental specialist Selwood provides green-friendly solution to overpumping job

An environmentally-friendly and highly-efficient solids handling pump provided the ideal solution when Selwood was called upon to assist with a complex operation. Wessex Water contracted Bridges Electrical to…

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Belzona keeps power plant pumping for 
37 years and counting
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Belzona keeps power plant pumping for 
37 years and counting

Pumps are at the heart of any fluid handling system and notably are the second most common piece of machinery used in general industry. Coupled with a heavy…

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Future thinking in design of sewage pumping mains
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Future thinking in design of sewage pumping mains

By Martin Osborne & Matt Leedham, WSP Sewage pumping stations are a vital part of sewerage systems to ensure that low lying areas can be effectively drained. The…

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New nanoporous metal foams uses sunlight to clean up water
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New nanoporous metal foams uses sunlight to clean up water

A researcher from the University of Bath is leading the way in creating a new, more efficient way for the water industry to safely remove micropollutants from water…

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Innovative approach to Peak Flow Management
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Innovative approach to Peak Flow Management

Traditionally, Welsh Water have used standard storm storage treatment options to deal with significant flow management into our networks, and combined sewer overflows (CSO) before arriving at our…

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The future of turbidity measurement in distribution networks is bright
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The future of turbidity measurement in distribution networks is bright

Solving the Water Industry’s challenges through innovation is vital if the water industry is to achieve OFWAT’s tough targets to improve the quality of drinking water and reduce…

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Innovation in 
understanding leakage
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Innovation in 
understanding leakage

Understanding what customers want from a 21st century Water Utility is high on the UK regulator, OFWATS’s, agenda when reviewing UK Water Utilities business plans for the five…

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Water Market Reform – A Year On: How are wholesalers improving their service?
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Water Market Reform – A Year On: How are wholesalers improving their service?

2017 saw the biggest transformation to the UK’s water market since privatisation in 1989. In April, we welcomed the opening of the non-domestic water market in England, allowing…

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Why water companies need to tap into artificial intelligence to improve their customer experience
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Why water companies need to tap into artificial intelligence to improve their customer experience

Customer experience (CX) is a hot topic for all industries. But the demand for a more sophisticated approach in the water sector is particularly pressing.  performing industries in…

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