Dairy Crest given record fine of £1.5M for environmental offences

The maker of popular brands like Cathedral City and others has been fined £1.5 million - the largest fine ever awarded for an Environment...

Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s partnership with Siemens dramatically reduces carbon and costs

In April 2017 Stoke-on-Trent City Council formed a strategic collaboration with Siemens to develop a series of energy-saving projects as part of the council’s...

SeaShield 2000FD™ System selected for jetty pile protection at RNLI Lifeboat Station

Winn & Coales (Denso) Ltd.’s SeaShield 2000FD™ System was recently specified for the protection of 31 jetty piles at the Royal National Lifeboat Institution’s...

GEO Business 2022 marks huge growth in the geospatial profession

GEO Business made a big impact on the UK geospatial profession as it returned to ExCeL London on 18-19 May. The 2022 edition of the...

Research suggests UK’s safe digging community is stronger than ever

According to Digging up Britain 2022, the UK’s safe digging community has never been stronger, with 84 percent of all projects now preceded by...

Ofwat welcomes wastewater companies’ plans to address storm overflows and river quality

Wastewater companies have set out how they are going to cut the harm they cause to rivers, following calls from the regulator and concerns...

New era for two highland wastewater treatment works

Scottish Water is taking over the ownership and operation of two wastewater treatment works in the Highlands following the conclusion of a Private Finance...

£280 million of support for United Utilities customers

Alongside its full year results announced in May, United Utilities unveiled a £280 million package of support measures that is helping over 200,000 households across...

On International Women in Engineering Day, Lanes Group provides a five-point plan to achieve gender parity in our industry

Recruitment of female staff in drainage industry roles continues to lag behind - but five key steps can help generate significant progress in welcoming...

Professor Ian Barker joins Cambridge and South Staffs Board of Directors

Professor Ian Barker, the founder and managing director of Water Policy International Ltd, has joined the Board of Directors of both Cambridge Water and...

Severn Trent share first look at Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games water refill stations

Severn Trent has shared a first look at the water refill stations set to be popping up at Birmingham 2022’s venues this summer. As Birmingham...

Water scarcity situation deteriorates in east of Scotland

Despite recent rainfall, water scarcity remains a growing threat in the east of Scotland with more areas raised to Alert level. In the latest report...

New Chair wants an apprenticeship available for ‘Every Young Person in Scotland’

The employer-led body in charge of apprenticeships in Scotland has appointed a new business leader to Chair its group of industry experts. Peter Farrer, Scottish...

Success continues to ‘flow’ for NI Water at the Belfast Telegraph Awards

NI Water is celebrating after winning the much coveted ‘Excellence In Workplace Health & Wellbeing’ award at the Belfast Telegraph Business Awards. This is...

People struggling with cost of living can seek up to a 90% reduction on their water bill

People across the region facing increasing cost of living pressures can access a £30 million support fund being launched by Severn Trent. As the cost...

Trant meets Southern Water’s EDM Programme

To meet the Environment Agency’s accelerated target that all Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) are fitted with Event Duration Monitoring (EDM) devices by 31 December...

Line-up revealed for Northumbrian Water’s Innovation Festival 2022

A business entrepreneur also known for being a ‘Dragon’ and a TV star repair guru are among the inspirational guests set to motivate and...

New technology for water quality monitoring receives prestigious award

A water monitoring system developed in a collaboration between University of Birmingham researchers and Proteus Instruments, that remotely measures the quality of water in...

GHGSat launches three new ABB-built optical sensors into space

Canadian company GHGSat, which specializes in high-resolution GHG monitoring from space, has launched three new ABB-built optical sensors into space aboard a SpaceX Falcon...

Major sewer upgrade unveiled for Glasgow’s southside

Scottish water is set to invest £750,000 upgrading the sewer network in the Cathcart area of Glasgow to help reduce the risk of flooding. This...

IWJS awarded contract extensions with Heathrow Airport and Addenbrooke’s Hospital

IWJS, an operating business of M Group Services, has signed contract extensions to continue delivering essential works at Heathrow Airport and Addenbrooke’s Hospital. At Heathrow...

Future Water Association criticises Government’s Stormwater Reduction Plans

In a statement to the press, UK trade association, Future Water, has criticised the Governments Stormwater Overflow Reduction Plan proposals, suggesting they are being...

Sarah Cardell appointed as interim CEO of the Competition and Markets Authority

Sarah Cardell has been appointed as the interim Chief Executive of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) by Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng. Sarah Cardell is...

Lords Committee begins Ofwat inquiry evidence sessions with Philip Dunne MP

The House of Lords Industry and Regulators Committee will begin its evidence sessions on the work of Ofwat, by hearing from Rt Hon Philip...

New ICG report highlights need for infrastructure industry to improve how data and insights reach decision-makers

The latest report from the Infrastructure Client Group (ICG) on the infrastructure industry’s digital maturity, suggests the industry needs to unlock much more value...

Digital innovation helps track down water theft

Hi-tech GPS trackers have helped Thames Water track down companies that illegally take water from the network, protecting the supply against those who use...

North Yorkshire project brings water quality boost to River Wiske

New wetland habitat, reduced pollution and a restored riverbank are just some of the enhancements made in a three-year £230,000 project to improve water...

Chris Moore, product line manager at Ovarro, examines the transition to tablet-based leakage detection

Technology company Ovarro has launched a tablet-based leakage detection system. This next generation leak noise correlator, Eureka5, is to become the basis for Ovarro's...

Hampton Loade water treatment works civils package awarded

South Staffs Water have awarded a civil engineering package to Ross-shire Engineering (RSE) and Barhale, as part of their £55M rebuilding and refurbishment project...

Hoax calls: how businesses can protect themselves

After UK ministers were targeted in a spate of hoax calls by Russian pranksters, Mike Wills, director of strategy and policy at cyber and...

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