Water leads the way to a green recovery
In weathering the Covid-19 storm, the water industry has proved its resilience and is emerging from the crisis in a stronger position - perfectly placed to lead a green economic recovery, writes Lila Thompson, chief executive, British Water.
- 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 >
- Resilience must be viewed through a big-picture lens Simon Jude, senior lecturer at the Centre for Environment and Agricultural Informatics at Cranfield University, discusses... Read More >
- Unlocking water data for all stakeholders Technological advances have created an explosion of data in all aspects of our lives. Water is no exception. Tim Finegan,... Read More >
- What we learnt from WWT's net zero webathon The water industry has made the ambitious pledge to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2030, 20 years ahead of the... Read More >
- Targeting borehole bacteria with a simple test Mike Deed, managing director of Geoquip Water Solutions, says when tackling contamination in boreholes, it is essential to... Read More >
- Flood resilience: what you need to know Geoff Williams, northern sales manager at Sykes Pumps, discusses the need for businesses and local authorities to think... Read More >
- Age of data driven leak management dawns Water scarcity and regulatory pressure are leading to more remote monitoring of leakage, says Alan Cunningham, technical... Read More >
- Come together to beat climate change Northumbrian Water chief executive Heidi Mottram's motivational message to the water sector on the opportunities and... Read More >
- Reaching net carbon zero In summer 2019, the water industry committed to reach net carbon zero by 2030. This is a very ambitious aim and... Read More >
- Actionable data outcomes from a rising main monitoring programme In this case study, read how Syrinix developed the capabilities of pressure monitoring to identify bursts on rising... Read More >
- Ensuring future water supplies The water sector is entering a period of greater focus on managing water resources as it seeks to ensure future supplies.... Read More >
- WWT Explains Supply Interruptions In our latest WWT Explains guide, produced in association with Water Direct, we look at supply interruptions. Water... Read More >
- WWT Explains...water reuse In our latest WWT Explains guide, produced in association with Evides, we look at water reuse. Water reuse hasn’t yet... Read More >
- Integrated catchment management James Knightbridge of Mott MacDonald examines what systems operation means in terms of integrated catchment management and... Read More >
- Fisher German awarded Anglian Water pipeline contract Fisher German has won a contract to act as land agents on one of the largest strategic water infrastructure projects in the UK, following a competitive tender process.
- SES Water hits leakage reduction target for 21st successive year SES Water has met its leakage target for the 21st year in a row, according to its annual report, published 15 July.
- Anglian CEO insists water must be ‘focus of climate emergency' Anglian Water chief executive Peter Simpson has called for water, as “our most precious resource”, to be the centre of focus in the climate emergency.
- First national debate on resilience to discuss net zero water The first national debate on resilience in the water sector will discuss how the industry plans to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2030.
- Webinar on demand: Land use reform ‘vital' to sustainability agenda Land use reform will be vital to the UK's future carbon cutting efforts, according to Dwr Cymru Welsh Water’s director of environment Tony Harrington.