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.
- 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 >
- Wastewater treatment benefits from compact chemical dosing Water treatment technologies are not optimised for use in small facilities, but compact chemical dosing systems help... Read More >
- New industry research project to improve water management Carl Wordsworth, head of water sector at TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory, discusses a new joint industry project... Read More >
- What are the implications of the Environment Bill on the water industry? After the pandemic forced a seven-month pause in debate, the Environment Bill has returned to Parliament, precipitating... Read More >
- WWT Explains Design thinking for smart networks In our latest WWT Explains guide, produced in association with Novotek, we look at design thinking for smart networks. Read More >
- Innovation could improve performance and transform water The Environment Agency's 2019 environmental performance report highlights some of the complex challenges facing water... Read More >
- Tightening phosphorus levels on ever tightening budgets How can low concentrations be met in practice within the financial constraints in AMP7, Simon Radford looks ahead to where... Read More >
- Day Zero: Waking up to water scarcity David Hartwell of Creative EC, explains why Day Zero might be closer than we think and how water event metering could help... Read More >
- 'There's a Hole in my Bucket, dear Boris, dear Boris' David McNeice, Director in DWF's Water practice, analyses the Public Accounts Committee's report on the outlook of... Read More >
- Maximising water efficiency savings from smart meters and adapting to lockdown From 1 September, Thames Water will restart its award-winning programme of in-home water efficiency visits having used... Read More >
- Bubbling up: the impact of rising water risk With water risk on the rise, Erin Boeke Burke, associate director, sustainable finance at S&P Global Ratings, considers... 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 >
- 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 >
- Ofwat lays out guidance for RAPID submissions to water resource solutions Ofwat has published guidance to the gated process for strategic regional water resource solutions.
- South West Water begins project to plant 40,000 trees An ambitious project to plant 40,000 trees to help improve bathing water quality in Combe Martin starts this month.
- Southern and Portsmouth sign landmark bulk supply deal Portsmouth Water and Southern Water have signed an 80-year bulk supply agreement, under which Portsmouth will supply 21 million litres of water a day to Southern, up to a 1- in-200-year drought, enabled Havant Thicket Reservoir. It is hoped this new way of working that will provide a blueprint for future planning.
- Water industry urged to ‘keep up momentum' on water resource planning The National Infrastructure Commission has urged the water sector and the government to “keep up the momentum” with regard to water resource planning.
- New data analytics service optimises water industry meter accuracy TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory has launched a data analytics service to help the water industry improve leakage detection rates and significantly lower operating costs.