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 >
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- Anglian Water begins £630m investment drive for 2021 Anglian Water is embarking on a huge £630million investment programme for the financial year ahead.
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