Leaks & bursts
Strong supplier partnership brings leak detection advancement
With leak reduction and innovation prominent in the UK water sector's net zero carbon vision, strong partnerships between utilities and the supply chain can yield transformative results, writes Josh Britton, global product line manager at technology company Ovarro.
- Strong supplier partnership brings leak detection advancement With leak reduction and innovation prominent in the UK water sector's net zero carbon vision, strong partnerships between... Read More >
- Meet the judges of the Water Industry Awards 2021 WWT chats to some of the judges of the 2021 WIAs, to find out what they are most excited about for this year's awards. Read More >
- Innovation challenge paves way for permanent shift There has never been a better time to work in water, as we approach the end of an extraordinary 12 months and embark on a... Read More >
- Something different - detecting leaks with satellites Water companies have all agreed with the regulator, Ofwat, that they will reduce leakage levels by at least 15% through... Read More >
- Reporting damages: The state of the industry Richard Broome, managing director at LSBUD looks at the consequences of not reporting damages and looks at why regulating... Read More >
- New industry research project to improve water management Carl Wordsworth, head of water sector at TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory, discusses a new joint industry project... Read More >
- How tech is helping water companies improve lockdown customer service Bobby Bahia, commercial director for transport & infrastructure at Totalmobile, discusses how technology innovations and... Read More >
- 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 >
- Suez brings satellite infrastructure intelligence product to the UK Suez has announced the launch of MasterPlan - the latest product from technology partner Utilis Corp - a deployable pipe deficiency data layer to improve operational efficiencies for water utilities.
- Arqiva awarded roll-out of initial smart water metering network by Northumbrian Water Arqiva has been selected by Northumbrian Water Group to deliver an initial roll-out of a smart metering network in Essex, where it operates as Essex & Suffolk Water.
- Anglian Water begins £630m investment drive for 2021 Anglian Water is embarking on a huge £630million investment programme for the financial year ahead.
- Ofwat announces £40m Water Breakthrough Challenge to spark transformation in the sector Ofwat has announced a new collaborative competition to encourage innovation for water and wastewater services and drive transformational change for the sector, with entrants able to win a share of £40 million.
- Commemorative Oxford mosaic preserved during water leak repairs A mosaic celebrating Oxford's twinship with the Dutch city of Leiden was preserved during recent work to fix a water pipe leaking directly beneath it.