Don’t let water be the ‘log jam’ in housing developments

Modern Methods of Construction have been highlighted by Robert Jenrick, Secretary of State as the way forward to help resolve the housing crisis and urged Housing Associations and Local Councils to embrace new technology...

Ultrafiltration membranes come of age

SUEZ’s Water Technologies & Solutions team can solve customers’ toughest water and wastewater process challenges wherever they occur. With more than 50,000 customers and 10,000 employees around the world, the company’s global footprint and...

Crowdsourcing app speeds up ‘void’ property surveys

Martin Mydliar, Customer Success Manager, Esri UK 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...

Safeguarding water quality with WRAS approved technology

Drinking water quality is of key importance to public health and the provision of safe drinking water has been recognised as one of the greatest technological and public health advances of the last century....

Is the UK really a wet, rainy country?

According to the ‘Great British Rain Paradox’ report published in June this year, 77% of the British public agree with the statement that “the UK is a wet, rainy country” The report, which is supported...

Electrifying

When not drilling shots for water pipes, GMAC Utilities Ltd can be found all over the United Kingdom drilling shots for every other utility from gas to data and electric lines, the latter of...

Little Eaton Water Treatment Works challenge solved by Selwood

The Background Severn Trent Water’s Little Eaton Water Treatment Works is a vital facility that helps provide clean drinking water to Derby and the surrounding area at a rate of up to 80 megalitres a...

REVIEW FINDS REMOTE ACCESS GAVE UTILITIES COVID-19 ADVANTAGE

Water utilities who already had remote access to their systems were at an advantage when Covid-19 lockdowns were introduced around the world. The information comes from a report carried out by technology consultancy Isle...

The ‘Smart’ approach to big data

As data analytics and collaboration are increasingly becoming key priorities within the water industry, ATi UK’s Technical Performance and Data Analyst, Derek Leslie, and Black & Veatch Water Europe Principle Consultant, Andy Bates, discuss...

Data logger measures level, conductivity and temperature

With the new CTD (conductivity, temperature, depth) versions of the high-precision DCX level data loggers for depths of up to 200m, KELLER AG offers a highly integrated, complete pressure measurement solution for water management. This...