Unique mapping software drives up performance

Esri builds the world’s most powerful mapping and spatial analytics software. In the process, this global market leader in geographic information systems harnesses the concept of location, location, location to drive both efficiency and...

Partnership approach to borehole cleaning delivers clear results

When a large water utility company identified iron bacteria problems with three of its boreholes, it asked two borehole specialists to remediate the issue. Working together, borehole maintenance specialist Drilcorp and treatment experts Geoquip Water...

Wat-er quality job!

As the country’s largest water company by geographical area, Anglian Water set its standards high to ensure excellent quality drinking water across the region. Despite water quality compliance scores remaining high for decades, Anglian Water’s...

Introducing two new Mecana Systems in the UK

Eliquo Hydrok have added two new Mecana technologies to their existing Pile Cloth Media Filtration (PCMF) systems available for the UK Water and Wastewater markets. Drinking Water & Surface Water Pre-Filtration Eliquo Hydrok have the UK...

Sitebox smart water quality systems donated to Nightingale hospitals

Cutting-edge, smart water quality systems have been donated to UK Nightingale Hospitals fighting COVID-19, helping to ensure the highest quality water to the emergency healthcare facilities. ATi UK are playing a vital role in the...

North London Metaldehyde Removal Project

North London Water Treatment Works (WTW), owned and operated by Affinity Water, is situated to support the North London water supply infrastructure. It has four ground water sources which are susceptible to both historic...

What’s behind you doesn’t matter

“Even Formula One pit teams get the car to stop before changing the tyres – you’re switching the engines on a flying jet”. That’s how Michael Wood, the Southern Water field performance manager responsible...

Severn Trent use ‘giant socks’ in ground-breaking phosphate trial

Severn Trent is using ‘giant socks’ to collect essential minerals used on farmers’ fields before they get washed away, as part of a new ground-breaking phosphate trial. The Catchment Management and Biodiversity team at Severn...

Taking the P

Severn Trent has launched a pioneering research programme to find new ways to reduce the amount of phosphorus in wastewater. Even though we are only just a few months into the new AMP, by the...

Standardise to remove phosphorous

Eutrophication is a significant issue and one that is only going to get worse. Industry regulator Ofwat has challenged water companies to deliver more cost-effective and efficient solutions than their current framework designs allow....