Drinking water quality
What are the implications of the Environment Bill on the water industry?
After the pandemic forced a seven-month pause in debate, the Environment Bill has returned to Parliament, precipitating the most far-reaching changes to environmental governance in more than 30 years. Adler and Allan's Hugo Jenkins, head of water and ecology, and Matthew Humphreys, national account manager, discuss how a proactive approach to risk and remediation can ease the balance of breaking-point budgets and the provisions of the Bill for the water industry.
- Tightening phosphorus levels on ever tightening budgets How can low concentrations be met in practice within the financial constraints in AMP7, Simon Radford looks ahead to where... Read More >
- 'There's a Hole in my Bucket, dear Boris, dear Boris' David McNeice, Director in DWF's Water practice, analyses the Public Accounts Committee's report on the outlook of... Read More >
- Meet the Water Industry Awards 2020 Winners In this 40 page report, WWT showcases each of this year’s winners and finalists across 19 categories, detailing the... Read More >
- Targeting borehole bacteria with a simple test Mike Deed, managing director of Geoquip Water Solutions, says when tackling contamination in boreholes, it is essential to... Read More >
- Electrochlorination: The safer alternative Ian Murphy, capital liaison manager, at Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water, discusses the electrochlorination project with James... Read More >
- Making smart water smarter As water increasingly becomes one of the world's most precious resources, ATi's new Technical Performance and Data Analyst,... Read More >
- Reaching net carbon zero In summer 2019, the water industry committed to reach net carbon zero by 2030. This is a very ambitious aim and... Read More >
- WWT Explains Supply Interruptions In our latest WWT Explains guide, produced in association with Water Direct, we look at supply interruptions. Water... Read More >
- WWT Explains...water reuse In our latest WWT Explains guide, produced in association with Evides, we look at water reuse. Water reuse hasn’t yet... Read More >
- Rewarding excellence WWT content director Alec Peachey looks ahead to next year's Water Industry Awards. Read More >
- WWT Explains… groundwater discharges In our latest WWT Explains guide, produced in association with Marsh, we look at groundwater discharges. New rules that... Read More >
- Refining water quality management As part of our Utility of the Future campaign, Nadine Buddoo looks at why maintaining water quality is a fundamental... Read More >
- Wessex Data Shows Total Compliance at Sherborne In this case study, produced in association with WPL, we look at how a wastewater treatment repurpose project carried out... Read More >
- WWT Explains… the practical realities of SuDS In our latest WWT Explains guide, produced in association with Innovyze, we look at the practical realities of SuDS. SuDS,... Read More >
- Shifting the dial on drinking water challenges Ahead of WWT Drinking Water Quality Conference, Anglian Water's director of water services, Paul Valleley, provides the... Read More >
- SWW's Mayflower water treatment works takes over from Crownhill South West Water's Mayflower water treatment Works at Roborough, just north of Plymouth, has taken over from the old treatment works at Crownhill, which had been serving the city since the 1950s.
- Scottish Water brings beach landing island water works on stream Scottish Water has brought on line a new state of the art water treatment works, which was delivered by sea to one of Harris's most beautiful beaches.
- Water Industry Awards 2021 open for entries Entries are now open for the Water Industry Awards 2021 - a unique chance to share and be recognised for outstanding innovation and achievement in the water sector.
- Anglian Water opens invasive species fund for applications Anglian Water has opened its invasive species fund for applications, with more than a month left to apply for grants of up to £15,000.
- Water sector responds to EA's shocking river pollution figures The water sector has responded to the environment minister's call for more to be done about pollution in England's rivers, after the Environment Agency published figures last week which suggested "every river in England is polluted".