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Southern Water projects awarded share of £40m Innovation Fund

Southern Water’s work to innovate as part of its wider goal of driving down use of storm overflows, has been recognised with two projects...

Wavin outlines steps to achieve urban climate resilience in latest report

As the climate crisis worsens and its impact on infrastructure increases, surface water management experts, Wavin, have launched their first whitepaper exploring the issue....

Chancellor wants to “get Britain building again”, but Wavin says not without clarity on water

In her first speech as Chancellor, Rachel Reeves laid out plans to rebuild Britain, starting with an end to the effective ban on onshore...

Detention basins to be installed as part of Severn Trent’s £76 million project to reduce flood risk in Mansfield

As Severn Trent’s £76 million Mansfield project to reduce flooding by turning to nature continues, the company will be creating detention basins on the...

GeoSmart Information creates multiple jobs due to demand

Environmental consultancy, Geosmart Information has created 16 new jobs in response to the increasing demand for its flood risk reports, data and services. The Midlands-based...

More than 45 schools to play their part in reducing storm overflows in £1.2m project

Dozens of schools across Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent and Sussex will have sustainable drainage solutions (SuDs) installed over the next few months as...

Regular columnist Stuart Crisp explores water qualitatively and quantitively

Stuart Crisp, UK manager of Advanced Drainage Systems (ADS), looks at how ‘good’ SuDS addresses water quality as much as water quantity when it...

Regular columnist Stuart Crisp explores Defra’s ‘Plan for Water’

In April 2023, Defra published its so-called ‘Plan for Water’ (fully titled Our integrated plan for delivering clean and plentiful water). The aim of...

£450k scheme to better protect a Mytholmroyd school from flooding

A Mytholmroyd school hit by several devastating floods in Calderdale is more resilient to the impact of climate change following a £450,000 project. Burnley Road...

Specifying for SuDS – Part Two

In the second part of two on the choice of underground SuDS attenuation systems available, Stuart Crisp, UK manager of Advanced Drainage Systems (ADS),...

Fear of flooding affects home purchasing decisions

Nine in ten Brits are so concerned by the increased possibility of flooding that it’s now affecting their purchasing decisions when buying a new...

Specifying for SuDS – Part One

There’s a choice of underground SuDS attenuation systems for new developments, each with their pros and cons. In the first article in a series...

Regular columnist Stuart Crisp looks at looming legislation for SuDS

In January 2023, the Government announced plans to finally implement Schedule 3 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010, which will make the...

ADS pleads StormTech in pollution mitigation

StormTech, the stormwater management system from Advanced Drainage Systems (ADS), is the first combined SuDS attenuation and water quality management system to obtain third...

From a range of responsibilities … to a one-stop-shop

The water industry is unusual in the plethora of parties who play a role in the management of foul, rain and storm water. But...

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