Water News Roundup

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

Black & Veatch appoints leakage services manager

Black & Veatch has appointed Stuart White to the newly-created role of leakage services manager. Read more…

App cuts carbon emissions on Severn Trent contract

A smartphone and tablet app which allows supervisors to remotely collect real-time data has helped Amey cut CO2 emissions by 75 tonnes, according to the infrastructure firm. Read more…

Atkins appointed as designer for Havant reservoir

Portsmouth Water has appointed Atkins as principal designer on the Havant Thicket Reservoir, which the first new reservoir to be built in the South East since the 1970s. Read more…

Severn Trent welcomes new starters onto leadership programme

Severn Trent has welcomed 20 starters onto its leadership programme. Read more…

Yorkshire Water signs up to Natural Capital Commitment

Yorkshire Water has signed up to the Natural Capital Commitment which will see the utility commit to working with partner organisations, and working with nature, to create better outcomes for the environment, together with sharing the outcomes of its natural capital assessments publicly. Read more…

NI Water completes £5m Belfast sewer project

NI Water has announced the completion of a major £5 million project which involved the upgrade of major sewers within the Ormeau Avenue/Lower Ormeau Road, Dublin Road, Bruce Street, Sandy Row and Joy Street areas of Belfast. Read more…

EA sets 2030 net zero emissions aim

The Environment Agency has set itself the aim of becoming a net zero organisation by 2030. Read more…

Scottish Water reaches energy milestone

Scottish Water has reached a milestone in energy self-generation at its water and wastewater treatment works across Scotland. Read more…

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