Water leads the way to a green recovery
In weathering the Covid-19 storm, the water industry has proved its resilience and is emerging from the crisis in a stronger position - perfectly placed to lead a green economic recovery, writes Lila Thompson, chief executive, British Water.
- 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 >
- A smarter water future Andrew Welsh, General Manager for Water Utilities at Xylem Water Solutions UK, talks about how we can future-proof water... Read More >
- Build Back Better and SMART Rich Matthews, managing director of Siltbuster Process Solutions, talks about being more strategic and thinking smarter in... Read More >
- What we learnt from WWT's net zero webathon The water industry has made the ambitious pledge to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2030, 20 years ahead of the... Read More >
- How new tech twists on legacy processes are helping turn the tide on water leaks Victoria Edwards, chief executive of FIDO Tech, talks about leakage and how the water sector's drive for innovation is... Read More >
- How to bake a connected water network Rik Gunderson, utility client director at Software AG, tells us how to "bake" a smart water network. Read More >
- Asset resilience will be one of the beneficiaries of PR19 Richard Broome, Managing Director at LSBUD talks about why Ofwat's PR19 could prove to be such a positive influence on... Read More >
- The authors of a draft document on innovation in water are asking for your feedback Welcome to the write-up of our 8 June 2020 webinar on innovation in the water sector. The session saw innovation leaders... Read More >
- Maximising value from sensor data In Internet of Things (IoT) projects, if you don't get integration right, no Thing can be done, and no project will... Read More >
- Future proofing water infrastucture with AI The water and wastewater industries are under pressure to refine their operations and upgrade infrastructure, but the... Read More >
- Come together to beat climate change Northumbrian Water chief executive Heidi Mottram's motivational message to the water sector on the opportunities and... 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 >
- In the frame for delivery: UKWIR CEO on Ofwat's innovation competition With Ofwat confirming plans for a £200 million innovation competition which will run between 2020 and 2025, UKWIR chief... 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 >
- Alliances 2020 Our Guide to the most important collaborations in the water industry Read More >
- United Utilities asks market for innovative solutions to sludge management United Utilities has issued a Prior Information Notice (PIN) to ask for ideas for sludge collection, transport and treatment services in the north of its region.
- Water companies unite for virtual hackathon Anglian Water, SES and Welsh Water are joining forces to hold a virtual online data hack over two weeks to make steps in understanding customer behaviour in relation to water consumption.
- Yorkshire Water appoints Artesia Consulting and i20 Water for SIDS A collaboration between Artesia Consulting and i20 Water has been appointed to work on Yorkshire Water's supply interruption detection services (SIDS).
- Water Innovation Strategy will drive change in the sector The UK's first draft Water Innovation Strategy has been launched setting out a vision to create open collaboration opportunities across the water sector to drive transformational change through innovation that delivers greater value for customers and the environment.
- MOSL welcomes ‘positive disruptors' to non-household market in technology upgrade MOSL has shared its goals on modernising the non-household water market making it simpler for technologists to engage with the segment.