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Water & environment features


Recruitment: The new water engineer

14-Aug-2015 | By

How can the water sector attract top recruits when it is pitted against more glamorous parts of the engineering profession? Ben Cronin speaks to MWH Global and Atkins about the sector’s human resources challenge.

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VolkerStevin awarded £23M super sewer enabling works contract

29-Sep-2015 | By Emily Ashwell

VolkerStevin has been appointed by Thames Water to carry out enabling works ahead of construction of the Thames Tideway Tunnel.

Severn Trent heavily fined for sewage leaks

25-Sep-2015 | By Katherine Smale

Severn Trent Water has been fined £480,000 by Sheffield Crown Court – one of the biggest fines ever given to a water company.

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Multi turbine tidal array set to be developed in Nova Scotia

16-Sep-2015 | By Katherine Smale

An Irish-Singaporean joint venture is to develop a multi-turbine tidal array in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Wind turbine pile tests suggest designs are too conservative and expensive

3-Sep-2015 | By Emily Ashwell

Tests which put the load of 37 London buses on wind turbine piles have been completed, with the results being used to develop new design methods for offshore wind farms.

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£26M Morpeth flood scheme completed

25-Aug-2015 | By Emily Ashwell

The £26M Morpeth flood scheme has opened in Northumberland. The upstream reservoir is one of the largest projects of its kind built by the Environment Agency and it will store 1.4M.m3 of water when river levels are high.

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Drought-hit California turns to innovative shade balls solution

13-Aug-2015 | By Emily Ashwell

Some 96M shade balls have been released onto the surface of the Los Angeles Reservoir, in a move that will save more than 300M gallons of water lost each year through evaporation.


Infrastructure in 2014: Water industry now faces a sea change

The water industry is going through a major change in focus that will have a significant impact on water companies and the supply chain

Stuart Crisp

Infrastructure in 2014: Adopting a long term solution

How confident are you that your sustainable drainage system (SuDS) will be accepted by a SuDS Approving Body (SAB)?

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