Leaks & bursts
Water Innovation 2050: what next for the sector?
Welcome to 2050. The Innovation 2050 document has been published, setting out the key principles of an innovation framework for the water sector. What next? Paul Horton, CEO of the Future Water Association, writes.
- How to achieve improved reliability of service Richard Broome, managing director and founder of LSBUD, talks about why a consistent service is key to customer... 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 >
- Narrowband Internet-of-Things: turning the tide on water leakages Phil Skipper, head of strategy at Vodafone Business IoT, tells us how narrowband Internet of Things is being used to... Read More >
- Southern Water's leakage reduction drive Southern Water recently worked with tech company Gutermann on the mass roll-out of NarrowBand Internet of Things leakage... 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 >
- Tackling leaks through careful design and installation There is a huge challenge facing water companies in tracking down existing leakage in water supply and encouraging... Read More >
- Leakage reduction equals carbon reduction Water is the first industrial sector in the UK to commit to a carbon zero future by 2030. In the nearer term water... Read More >
- Street works must and will be sustained through the coronavirus crisis Street Works UK CEO Clive Baristo writes about the key considerations relating to essential street works as the pandemic... 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 >
- Securing the future of water in the UK Smart meters are increasingly being called on to detect leaks and prevent water wastage, and their reliability depends on... Read More >
- The leakage challenge With water companies facing tough challenges around reducing water leaks, Alec Peachey caught up with experts from... 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 >
- Meeting AMP7 leakage targets Damian Crawford, head of smart networks & leakage at Stantec, discusses how becoming data-rich and knowledge-smart can... 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 >
- Thames to use new tech to protect Hackney water supply Thames Water will use a state-of-the-art new technique to strengthen two of its major water pipes in North London.
- 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.
- United Utilities to install ‘world's largest’ network of IoT water leak detectors United Utilities is about to build the “world's largest” network of water leak loggers, using powerful Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, in the North West.
- Anglian, SES and Welsh Water hold virtual hackathon Anglian Water, SES and Welsh Water last week held the very first collaborative virtual event bringing together experience and ideas from a variety of organisations and individuals to tackle the growing issues of water usage across the country.
- United Utilities new leak detection dog reaches training milestone The newest recruit in United Utilities' war on water leaks has graduated with flying colours.