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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Brenntag UK & Ireland hosts inaugural safety day
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Brenntag UK & Ireland hosts inaugural safety day

Setting the standards for the distribution of chemicals The inaugural Safety Day, organised by Brenntag UK & Ireland, was attended by number of the leading companies in the…

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Safeguarding critical national infrastructure against intrusion or attack
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Safeguarding critical national infrastructure against intrusion or attack

With the issue of national security at the front of everyone’s mind, utility companies and their suppliers, not to mention Government ministers and advisors, have never been more…

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Xelletor: Euroby offers Flottweg’s new dewatering decanter
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Xelletor: Euroby offers Flottweg’s new dewatering decanter

Euroby is excited to announce the arrival of Xelletor – Flottweg SE’s latest centrifuge technology. A radically new design addresses the three “holy grails” of dewatering – cake…

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Powered by Water programme is a smash hit
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Powered by Water programme is a smash hit

Young people will be bowled over by a new interactive workshop launched by Essex Cricket and Essex & Suffolk Water, which teaches them the importance of staying hydrated…

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British Water in shape to seize new opportunities – Lloyd Martin reflects on his time as chief executive
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British Water in shape to seize new opportunities – Lloyd Martin reflects on his time as chief executive

In recent years British Water has played a crucial role in bringing water companies and the supply chain together. The Water Industry Journal speaks to Lloyd Martin as…

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First phase of Mourne Wall helicopter drops complete!
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First phase of Mourne Wall helicopter drops complete!

The good weather on Saturday 17th February enabled NI Water’s contractors working on the Mourne Wall Restoration Project to undertake the helicopter lifts which were postponed from late…

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CEO of ‘the best utility company in UK’ named as global industry leader
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CEO of ‘the best utility company in UK’ named as global industry leader

Northumbrian Water Group CEO Heidi Mottram has been named as one of the top global water leaders and most influential people in the water industry. The announcement was…

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Scottish Water’s longest serving employee takes Chief Operating Officer back to his roots
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Scottish Water’s longest serving employee takes Chief Operating Officer back to his roots

Scottish Water’s longest serving employee has been putting the utility’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) Peter Farrer through his paces as a Fife tanker driver for the day. Robert…

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New storm water strategy to address long-term sewer flooding risk
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New storm water strategy to address long-term sewer flooding risk

Flooding incidents in Scotland could be significantly reduced by managing storm water on the surface rather than in the country’s sewers. A new strategy launched by Scottish Water…

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