Anglian Water’s commitment to employee LIFE

“As a utility company with a wealth of moving parts, people and processes, we take our employees health, safety and wellbeing very seriously. With over 5,000 direct employees and over 10,000 alliance partner employees...

Managing incidents with the ‘digital twin’

Written by Chris Jones (Northumbrian Water Group), Professor Chris Kilsby (Newcastle University) and Brett Cherry (Newcastle University) When responding to an incident that has potential to adversely affect people and their homes or businesses, it...

Pollution Performance – The AMP 7 Challenge

Through previous AMP cycles water companies have delivered significant improvements which have seen pollution numbers trending downwards to the lowest on record in AMP 6. This is no small feat on the back drop...

Security and incident handling undergoing a huge change

With a territory stretching from Thanet in the North East of Kent down to the Isle of Wight, Southern Water serves 4.6 million customers through its 13,500 kilometres of water mains and almost 40,000...

Anglian Water: making business continuity a priority

Keeping taps flowing is a top priority for all water companies, not least because interruptions to customers’ supply are unacceptable. Also, pollutions, leakage and flooding all come with hefty financial penalties from regulators if...
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