On Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th May, WRc exhibited at the Utility Week Live event, at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. Simon Ayley (Key Account Director) and Katharine Blackburn read...
On the 26th April 2017, WRc kicked off their 6th annual Innovation Day event, held at their offices in Swindon and welcomed exhibitors and delegates from the water, waste and gas sectors. The read...
Scottish Water has apologised to customers whose homes were flooded twice in a week after a major water main burst.
United Utilities has gone out to tender with a contract to upgrade its Blakcburn and Darwen Wastewater Treatment Works worth up to£165 million.
A £56 million investment has helped to increase the renewable energy being generated by Yorkshire Water by nearly 80%.
UK-based water company United Utilities plans to invest around £120m to improve wastewater treatment in Blackburn, Lancashire.
United Utilities has gone out to tender with a major £120 million AMP6 contract to upgrade its Blackburn waste water treatment works and will hold a bidders day later next month.
United Utilities is the first company in the North West and the first water firm in the country to sign-up for the National Grid’s innovative ‘Dynamic Demand’ system which switches power-hungry...
The outgoing Chairman of the Environment Agency, Lord Smith has praised United Utilities for bringing dry rivers back to life in the North West.
Yorkshire Water has reached a major milestone in a £78 million project to improve river water quality in the River Don.