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The new plant is now fully operational and will enable Wyke Farms to recover up to 95% of its factory wastewater

Wyke Farms goes 100% Green with £1m water recovery plant

The UK's largest independent cheese producer and milk processor has today (2 July) officially opened a new water recovery plant which effectively closes the loop on its wastewater.

Construction of Scotland's largest wastewater tunnel to begin in 2014

Scottish Water is to build a 3.1 mile-long wastewater tunnel in the south of Glasgow as part of the biggest upgrade of the city's wastewater network since Victorian times.

AkzoNobel achieves water standard for cutting consumption

AkzoNobel's UK Decorative Paints business has become the first company in the DIY and construction industry to achieve the Carbon Trust's Water Standard award for cutting water use.

Water waste is falling at the Scottish Leather Group thanks to its new ultrafiltration plant

Scottish Leather Group reduces water waste with ultrafiltration plant

The Scottish Leather Group has reduced its water waste following the installation of a ultrafiltration plant at the company's Bridge of Weir site in Scotland.

Construction of the stormwater drainage system

Marley Drainage and Plumbing provides drainage for sports park

Drainage and plumbing company Marley has provided a 250 acre sporting venue in Essex with a stormwater drainage system to help reduce the risk of flooding.

Water Services Amendment Bill deadline set

Irish minister for the environment, community and local government Phil Hogan has unveiled a deadline of February 3 for enactment of the Water Services Amendment Bill 2011.

Here's one we made earlier

The first pre-cast concrete combined sewer overflow in a box, designed by MWH engineers Rob McTaggart and Ian Lovering, has dramatically cut delivery times

Expansion set new challenges

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) regulations created some unique problems for the Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Co-operative in Renville, USA. An expansion project begun in 1998 increased the volume of wastewater produced from beet processing, outstripping the capacity of the on-site lagoons and spray irrigation system that the company had traditionally used for wastewater treatment and disposal.

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