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SEPA issues first water scarcity warning of 2022 season

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has published its first water scarcity report of the year, with low levels being recorded in parts of...

Severn Trent commits £20 million to protect rivers in special areas of conservation

Following the launch of their Get River Positive Plan, five pledges to transform river water quality across their region, the water company has announced...

Businesses across Scotland urged to prepare for water scarcity this summer

Emerging parts of the country could struggle in the coming months with insufficient resources due to a particularly dry winter. New data reveals January...

Northumbrian Water’s Innovation Festival returns for 2022

Northumbrian Water’s Innovation Festival is returning for 2022, and is set to bring thousands of ambitious people from the worlds of science, technology and...

Severn Trent launches Wavemakers

Severn Trent has launched Wavemakers, a brand-new annual ideas challenge that’s seeking to nurture talents and create innovation in the community. The project, that’s been...

Anglian Water to upgrade their Caistor water recycling centre

Anglian Water started work in February to upgrade equipment and storage at their Caistor water recycling centre. The scheme marks a £7 million investment,...

M2M targets Europe with smart upgrade to water monitoring device

Dundee-based M2M Cloud is aiming to develop what is believed to be a world-first water monitoring device with CENSIS – Scotland’s innovation centre for...

Anglian Water outlines largest ever year of investment

Anglian Water has unveiled a huge £680 million investment programme to be spent across the entire East of England. The funds will be ploughed into...

AI and smart tech set to reduce water loss in Portugal

The Municipality of Chaves (Northern Portugal), in partnership with INDAQUA is developing a way to reduce water losses along the county's supply networks. In...

Thames Water and Backyard Nature launch new funding to improve access to nature and inclusion for communities in London

Thames Water and the Backyard Nature campaign have launched a £60,000 fund for grassroots community organisations looking for grants to run nature activities. The first...

Using data to plug pipe assembly leaks

The UK water sector is making significant progress in reducing leakage, but a data-led approach on flange and joint assemblies, combined with workforce training,...

Wates Group slashes water use by 87% with Propelair® toilets

The Wates Group, the privately owned UK construction, development and property services company, has reduced water use by 87% at its headquarters as a...

Bottling success

Business Stream’s experts helped Coca-Cola progress towards its water-neutral target, delivering water saving expertise to allow maximum efficiency. The Challenge Coca-Cola Enterprises made an ambitious commitment...

Saving water at leisure

Saving water is a challenge for most businesses but when you run a leisure centre containing a 25-metre swimming pool, children’s pool, gyms and...

Rosenberg Worley to design world’s first subsea desalination plant

Design of the world’s first subsea desalination plant has commenced at Rosenberg Worley in Stavanger, Norway. Waterise’s desalination concept has the potential to meet increasing...

Energy efficiency is key to disruptive technology

By Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers As the UK Water Partnership points out, the world ‘faces an unprecedented combination of...

Water companies need to go further to cut carbon emissions, says Ofwat

Water companies in England and Wales should go further to reduce emissions from future infrastructure projects, according to expectations set out by the regulator...

The Changing Climate of Water Conservation

Coinciding with COP26, there was a wide range of projects, public education events and even TV series telling us how to improve our ‘lifestyle’...

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