Monthly Archives: February, 2024

Stream polluted by “negligent” Southern Water

Southern Water has been fined £330,000 after raw sewage escaped into a stream near Southampton for what the company admitted could have been nearly...

Entries now open for the inaugural Energy & Utility Skills Conference and Awards

Energy and Utility Skills has announced that entries for award nominations are now open for their Conference and Awards event. The Energy & Utility...

Thames Water cracks down on illegal water connections 

Thames Water is clamping down on illegal water connections, with Bellway Homes being ordered to pay more than £10,000 for connecting to an unauthorised...

North projects awarded funding to improve lowland peat soils

The government has announced the recipients of awards to improve lowland peat soils, including over £1.3m to projects across the North.  Peatlands are our largest...

Worsbrough Reservoir wall rebuilt with biodiversity-enhancing rock bags

A new bankside wall using material ideal for aquatic insects has been installed along the north and south shores of Worsbrough Reservoir in Barnsley...

Measuring wave impact pressure in coastal regions

For several years now, global climate change has been leading to an increase in severe storms in coastal regions. These storms are affecting the...

Rapid flowmeter deployment for network visualisation (somewhere warm)

We clamp-on ultrasonic flowmeter manufacturers could be accused, arguably, of focussing a bit relentlessly on the really key feature of the technology, that you...

Flow insights lower the cost of water-saving

Industrial companies and commercial building owners wanting to reduce waste to improve cost efficiency and save water, must become smarter in their operations, writes...

New fund aims to invest £30 million in nature to address Norfolk’s water security challenges

A £30 million call for investment in nature to address Norfolk's water challenges was launched in February, through a partnership between Norfolk County Council,...

Protecting wastewater equipment from ragging is all down to the application

For many people working within the wastewater industry, the ragging of pumps and other equipment is an all too familiar sight – one which...

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