WRAS approval granted for Mag Flow Meters
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WRAS approval granted for Mag Flow Meters

M1000, M2000 and M5000 ranges from Badger Meter are now WRAS approved by the United Kingdom Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations and Scottish Water Byelaws. WRAS approval is…

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‘Temporary rivers’ contribute significantly to global CO2 emissions, study finds
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‘Temporary rivers’ contribute significantly to global CO2 emissions, study finds

Global CO2 emissions are being significantly underestimated because the contribution to carbon cycling of more than half of the world’s river networks are being ignored, a new study…

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Changing times for the supply of chemicals
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Changing times for the supply of chemicals

Ellen Rossiter of Water Industry Journal met with Richard Ward, Commercial Vice President of Brenntag UK & Ireland, to discuss how the industry – and the world’s largest…

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Providing trusted performance
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Providing trusted performance

Scottish Water are a publicly owned company, answerable to the Scottish Parliament and the people of Scotland. It is their duty to provide 1.34 billion litres of drinking…

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Construction starts on North East flood scheme
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Construction starts on North East flood scheme

Construction work on the main part of the £2.5million Monkton Flood Alleviation Scheme in South Tyneside has started this week. Contractor Balfour Beatty is carrying out flood protection…

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Yorkshire Water to improve 196km of rivers by reducing phosphorus levels
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Yorkshire Water to improve 196km of rivers by reducing phosphorus levels

Yorkshire Water is investing £70 million to improve the final effluent from 16 of its waste water treatment works to meet new environmental targets on phosphorus removal. As…

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New device will help protect vulnerable communities in Colombia from unsafe water
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New device will help protect vulnerable communities in Colombia from unsafe water

An international collaboration between the University of Bath and Universidad de los Andes has developed a low cost, portable and user-friendly multi-sensing device for detecting heavy metals and…

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How the power of location is driving transformation for UK water
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How the power of location is driving transformation for UK water

Water utilities face unprecedented challenges ranging from population growth and the changing climate, to regulatory pressures and delivering a better customer experience. All while being charged with adapting…

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USW leading on project to help industry make major financial savings
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USW leading on project to help industry make major financial savings

A research project that will help industry make significant savings and improve their environmental performance is being spearheaded by the University of South Wales (USW). Professor Sandra Esteves,…

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The future of the nanoparticle
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The future of the nanoparticle

It is entirely conceivable that the engineered nanoparticles that seem like today’s water treatment panacea, could be tomorrow’s ecological dynamite. The potential for the use of nanoparticles in…

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