Pipes & Pipelines
New 2,300-property development near Edinburgh gets connected
Scottish Water Horizons has completed work to connect the third phase of a new 2,300 property village near Edinburgh to Scottish Water's network.
- Making the case for trenchless pipe pulling Simon Drain, managing director of Kobus Services Ltd, shines a spotlight on the scale of the pipe repair problem in the UK... Read More >
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- Ready for resilience: Overcoming challenges on the BRP Working collaboratively with Severn Trent Water, independent infrastructure specialist Barhale has overcome some... Read More >
- Protecting water supplies in contaminated land James Roper, infrastructure segment manager for GPS PE Pipe Systems, discusses the complexities around installing barrier... Read More >
- Striking it out: How can the industry cut down utility strikes? Utility strikes are both costly and potentially fatal. With tens of thousands believed to occur in the UK every year, how... Read More >
- PR19 Challenge Report - Supply Interruptions In the third in our series of PR19 Challenge Reports, which look in detail at each of the 14 common performance... Read More >
- Comment: Plastic pipes could contribute to circular economy The time is right to make use of recycled plastics for drains and sewers, and for the pipe industry to help minimise... Read More >
- PR19 Challenge Report - Sewer Flooding In the second of our PR19 Challenge Reports, which look in detail at each of the 14 common performance commitments which... Read More >
- WWT Explains… Pumps as Turbines In this educational guide from WWT we look at Pumps as Turbines (PaT) applications, in which pumps can be run in reverse... Read More >
- Comment: Ease off the pressure to keep leaks in check Keeping leaks in check is a major challenge for water companies but one that can be met with variable speed drives to... Read More >
- WWT Explains... Wastewater pump control and optimisation Welcome to our WWT Explains guide to wastewater pump control and optimisation, which has been produced in association with... Read More >
- WWT's Supplier hub Effectively optimise your relevant sales and marketing collateral to 18,115 water professionals each and every month. Read More >
- Woolmans Wood: Driving down disruption Southern Water and Clancy Docwra discuss the challenges of keeping disruption to a minimum on a 30km mains replacement... Read More >
- Water theft: Laying down the law Whether it is unauthorised connections or the illegal use of standpipes, water companies are increasingly clamping down on... Read More >
- New 2,300-property development near Edinburgh gets connected Scottish Water Horizons has completed work to connect the third phase of a new 2,300 property village near Edinburgh to Scottish Water's network.
- Streetworks industry must commit to innovation - Bairsto The streetworks industry must show greater commitment to innovation if utilities are to meet their targets, Street Works UK chief executive Clive Bairsto told Utility Week Live.
- Scottish Water to start work on £30M project Scottish Water is to improve services to more than 54,000 people in parts of the Bearsden, Milngavie, Clydebank and Strathblane areas.
- Government working on digital map of underground pipes and cables The Government has announced that its Geospatial Commission is working to bring together the existing data on underground pipes and cables to create a digital map.
- Iron age skeletons uncovered in chalk stream project A multi-million pound Thames Water project to protect the future of a rare Oxfordshire chalk stream has revealed some fascinating and gruesome discoveries dating back almost 3,000 years.