The tiny US state of Vermont is to benefit from a package worth almost $39m to help improve its water quality and finance overdue wastewater projects.
The number of blue flags given out to Irish beaches fell slightly this year due to unusually heavy rainfall, according to the government.
Seathwaite Tarn in Cumbria has become the first reservoir dam in the UK to be successfully fitted with a specialist vertical geomembrane to stop it leaking. Project manager Carl Sanders of United Utilities explains
Utilities contractor McNicholas has taken on utilities diversion project at an urban development in Croydon and a newly created sports park using some of the latest 3D civil engineering software. David York of Autodesk explains
An Italian WwTP has improved plant processing and energy efficiency by better use of sensor data. Marcel van Helten, market director of infrastructure for GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms (Europe), explains how
A trenchless main replacement project in Great Yarmouth gave Essex & Suffolk Water the opportunity to train its workers on the job. On behalf of specialist hire company U Mole, Ian Clarke gives the low down
Severn Trent Water has achieved a significant increase in electricity generation and reduced waste for landfill at Minworth sewage works. Peter Craven of CDE Ireland explains how
Flood risk in Gloucester is being reduced by the Environment Agency, which is using specialist equipment for silt removal in a large culvert. Nathalie Hall of Siltbuster explains
The production of biofuels from biocrops is mired in controversy, but Frank Rogalla of Aqualia sees a third way - using wastewater to support fast-growing algal biomass
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