Water News Roundup

The latest news this week in the Water & Utilities Industry:

Sustainable drainage system cleans up stretch of M56

A sustainable drainage system, which can protect water from toxic metals, has been installed on a busy stretch of the M56 motorway. Read more…

Severn Trent turns to Brazilian biomass to clean wastewater

Severn Trent has revealed it is importing biomass from Brazil, as part of a new approach to clean wastewater. Read more…

Thames Water completes sewage treatment works upgrade

Thames Water has announced that upgrade works at the Deephams sewage works are now complete. Read more…

Protecting one of Scotland’s Great Rivers

A challenging project to replace a vital pipe crossing which spans the River Spey at Fochabers in Moray is now complete. The £1.2 million project will help to safeguard Scotland’s fastest flowing river, world renowned for its salmon fishery, from the risk of pollution. Read more…

RAA to lead integrated urban drainage guidance update

Hydraulic modelling specialist Richard Allitt Associates (RAA) has been appointed to take the lead on updating the industry standard guidance on integrated urban drainage with AECOM. Read more…

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