A Scottish waste firm has been fined £1,350 for falsifying paperwork relating to duty of care obligations.
The notorious James Bond villain Dr No has been accused of helping to portray nuclear power in a negative light by a leading scientist from the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).
The utility control room and the IT service desk have much to learn from each other. Dave Stow of United Utilities and John Brown of WRc explain how the water industry could benefit
The success of a pipe lining product from 3M in optimising water quality and leak prevention in ageing iron drinking water pipes has been demonstrated following a routine pipe exhumation
A smooth coating from Fernco Environment has delivered a range of benefits on a power station flume Down Under
A trial of software to manage and store photographs taken on mobile phones is helping Yorkshire Water gain visibility and control of its assets and operations, reports Natasha Wiseman
Water companies anticipating the next infrastructure transfer, the adoption of small pumping stations, should be looking to remote monitoring solutions, says David Johnson, director of sales & marketing for Nortech Management
Confusion and upheaval may still surround the transfer of private drains and sewers, but a new Facebook-style website is helping drainage professionals connect on key issues. On behalf of UKDP, Marie-Claire Kidd explains
Pumps on the river Alt had reached end of life. In its biggest MME project ever, Bedford Pumps revived a pump station for the Environment Agency, says sales director Frank Cooper
Energy savings have been achieved at one of Anglian Water's oldest and largest pumping stations. Paul Fookes, field sales engineer at ITT Water & Wastewater, explains
Malaby Biogas (MB) has been awarded the first loan from a new £10m anaerobic digestion (AD) fund set up last year by the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).
Supermarket giant Tesco has opened what it has hailed as Ireland's first zero-carbon store.
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