Pipes & Pipelines
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.
- Connecting Greece to the UK with NextGen circular developments A sewer mining project in Athens is testing augmented reality (AR) to drive public engagement. With a very high... Read More >
- The role of safe digging in the UK's economic recovery The UK government looks set to invest heavily in large scale infrastructure in a bid to try and kickstart the economy.... 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 >
- Adopting circular practices in the water industry key to mitigating impact of climate change The transition to a circular economy is not only better for the environment. It allows water companies to more effectively... Read More >
- How will water systems evolve to face the challenges of the future? Laura Roberts, water innovation hub outreach and dissemination manager for the Department of Civil and Structural... Read More >
- Holistic thinking across the water cycle to comply with regulation, protect reputation, and deliver ROI Utilities are under increasing pressure from constantly changing laws and regulations with which they must comply. The... Read More >
- Multilateral support for rivers bill is heartening British Water chief executive Lila Thompson discusses Philip Dunne MP's Sewage (and Inland Waters) Bill and the... Read More >
- Reducing the environmental impacts of rapid infrastructure expansion As the UK starts to manoeuvre out of the Covid-19 pandemic, it's no secret that the government will need to kickstart an... 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 >
- 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 >
- Alliances 2021 Our guide to the most important collaborations in the water industry. 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 >
- Ultrasonic transit time technology for sewer flow In this case study, read how Jain Technology applied flow measurement technology to measure sewage to deliver reliable... Read More >
- Expansion of SuDS schemes will help alleviate flooding events David Smoker, chair of BPF Pipes Group, talks about how the expansion of the UK government's SuDS scheme should help solve 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 >
- M Group Services launches new water division and Morrison Water Services Infrastructure services provider M Group Services has created a new water division, which will contain the newly-launched Morrison Water Services.
- 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.
- British Water names chair of UK Forum and International Forum vice chair British Water has announced Mark Coates (director strategic industry engagement at Bentley Systems) as the new chair of the UK Forum and Tom Williams (CEO of Enebio) the winner of the International Forum vice chair vote. Both will begin their appointments on 1 April 2021.
- MWH Treatment secures key role on Scottish Water framework MWH Treatment (MWHT), together with partner Galliford Try, has successfully secured a six-year contract extension on Scottish Water's non-infrastructure framework for the Strategic Review 2021-27 (SR21) investment programme.
- Anglian Water begins £630m investment drive for 2021 Anglian Water is embarking on a huge £630million investment programme for the financial year ahead.