Trelleborg’s pipe seals proven to offer eight times the service life of competitor systems
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Trelleborg’s pipe seals proven to offer eight times the service life of competitor systems

A leading independent ‘stress relaxation’ test has determined that the average performance lifetime of some of Trelleborg’s key pipe sealing compounds is in excess of 800 years. Elastocon…

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Trelleborg’s “very good” drainpacker system excels in leading short liner repair system test
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Trelleborg’s “very good” drainpacker system excels in leading short liner repair system test

After rigorous testing, Trelleborg’s pipe seals operation has been rated “Very Good” by Germany’s Institute for Underground Infrastructure (IKT) for its epros®DrainPacker system. Trelleborg’s solution out-performed rival brands…

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The packaging challenge in chemical supply: focus on sustainability
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The packaging challenge in chemical supply: focus on sustainability

By Shaun Myers Director of Supply Chain and Service, Brenntag UK & Ireland Plastic is light, cheap, effective and attractive so there is no wonder we use so…

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Yorkshire Water to invest £30m in Saltend treatment works
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Yorkshire Water to invest £30m in Saltend treatment works

Yorkshire Water is to invest £30m in its waste water treatment works in Saltend, Hull to improve the site’s operation. The work, which will begin in December, with…

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Innovation brings environmental benefits and drives down costs
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Innovation brings environmental benefits and drives down costs

Top of Form Innovation can be projected as a means by which new products and services are produced through R&D and then through marketing and commercial awareness brought…

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Maximising the role of physical security within asset resilience planning
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Maximising the role of physical security within asset resilience planning

Resilience is the very clear watchword for the UK water industry as we prepare for PR19 and AMP 7. OFWAT is expecting water companies to develop a systematic…

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Ofwat calls for fairer, faster, more hassle free compensation for water customers
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Ofwat calls for fairer, faster, more hassle free compensation for water customers

Water regulator Ofwat has recommended an overhaul of compensation arrangements for water customers who are left off supply. The proposed changes, which come on the back of the…

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Better together – making decision analytics available to the masses
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Better together – making decision analytics available to the masses

With a global focus on aging infrastructure and systems, and investment battles being fought from the boardroom down to ground level, isn’t it time we started working together?…

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Wessex Water’s new water supply grid
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Wessex Water’s new water supply grid

The water supply grid is the largest scheme ever undertaken by Wessex Water. The supply grid provides important new infrastructure for the South West region with resilience connections…

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Floating solar farm gets under way at Lancaster
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Floating solar farm gets under way at Lancaster

A Lancaster reservoir will soon be sporting an unusual new feature. United Utilities is building a floating solar farm on the surface of Langthwaite Reservoir, off Little Fell…

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