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 industry-government CSO taskforce.
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- Thames Water completes sand bed upgrade at Hampton treatment works Thames Water has completed the refurbishment of the slow sand filter beds at its Hampton water treatment works - one of the biggest in Europe.
- Genesis Biosciences to trial Evogen Biogas Additive in UU Innovation Lab Genesis Biosciences will be trialling its Evogen Biogas Additive - a powdered product which combines a novel mineral carrier with an application specific naturally occurring, non- pathogenic, stable microbial component - as part of United Utilities' Innovation Lab.
- NI Water completes £900k Holywood sewer improvement programme NI Water has completed an essential programme of sewer improvement work, representing an investment of over £900,000 in the Holywood area.
- Northumbrian invests in sewer upgrade to protect the environment in Darlington Northumbrian Water is investing £1.3 million in sewer upgrades in part of Darlington, in order to help to protect the environment.
- Village treatment works upgrade to protect the environment A wastewater treatment works in a County Durham village is set to be upgraded with a £3.5 million investment by Northumbrian Water that will improve water quality in the area.