A new chapter for water customer billing
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A new chapter for water customer billing

As consumers, change is all around us. Be it emerging technologies enabling us to work or live smarter, more choice in what we choose to purchase and how…

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Delivering asset health through Totex Innovation: the key to maximising your PR19 business planning
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Delivering asset health through Totex Innovation: the key to maximising your PR19 business planning

Water companies developing their business plans around the key themes for PR19 – Asset Health and Resilience in the Round – will be familiar with the terms Totex…

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Watertrain forges ahead, creating new job opportunities
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Watertrain forges ahead, creating new job opportunities

Watertrain is building on their success, securing more contracts with water companies to deliver training and creating new job opportunities as a result. Watertrain provides a range of…

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Are you under pressure with leakage targets? PIPA Technology has the answer!
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Are you under pressure with leakage targets? PIPA Technology has the answer!

PIPA is a UK based technology company focussed on pressurised water pipe inspection and leak detection products. The basis of our technology is to offer a solution on…

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Queen’s Award for sustainability
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Queen’s Award for sustainability

Wessex Water is celebrating a royal seal of approval after being awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for a third time. The water and sewerage company was nominated…

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Tunnelling team shift 90 tonnes of earth hand-digging Edinburgh sewer
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Tunnelling team shift 90 tonnes of earth hand-digging Edinburgh sewer

Two tunnellers have helped Scottish Water progress a major new sewer beneath Edinburgh by hand-digging 90 tonnes of debris. The century-old sewer under Haymarket Terrace was built by…

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Leading the way in renewable energy
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Leading the way in renewable energy

Every aspect of life in Northern Ireland depends on the services NI Water provides. By supplying clean, fresh water and safely managing wastewater, it safeguards people’s health, underpins…

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‘Talking’ algae could provide new route to monitoring climate change
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‘Talking’ algae could provide new route to monitoring climate change

A scientist at the University of Bath has for the first time developed a way of monitoring alterations in the aquatic system by listening in to microalgae communicating.…

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Keeping all the customers happy – is it even possible?
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Keeping all the customers happy – is it even possible?

It’s widely recognised that some of the toughest challenges faced by today’s water utilities are the ability to prove the resilience of their operations and reduce bills whilst…

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Exmouth pilots new ways to reduce flooding
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Exmouth pilots new ways to reduce flooding

Residents in Exmouth are playing a part in a pilot scheme to reduce the risk of flooding by participating in an innovative rainwater harvesting project funded by South…

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