Young professionals will be gathering in Norwich this month to discuss how to drive sustainability in the water industry.
The 17th International Water Association (IWA) Young Water Professionals conference from March 30-April 1 is being hosted by Anglian Water and the University of East Anglia (UEA). more
Essex & Suffolk Water’s average bill for water services will increase by just 4p a week as the company continues with its multi-million pound investment programme.
Customers will, on average, pay about 65p per day for their drinking water services as the water company carries out more
• £30million war on leakage
• Around £16million on schemes to reduce flooding
• £1million a year for vulnerable customers in financial difficulty
• Free water saving devices for thousands of customers
• Investment paid for more
Get in fast and sign-up for the 2016 WaterAid Triathlon at Hanningfield Reservoir as spaces are filling up fast!
This year’s event will take place on Saturday 21 May 2016 and will be open to more people than ever before, with 200 expected to take part.
More than £3,000 more
In 2012, the Coalition Government embarked on a ‘Red Tape Challenge’ to reduce unnecessary regulation for businesses in order to cut costs, and improve innovation and efficiency. Once the first Red Tape Challenge had concluded, the then Business Minister Matt Hancock announced that more
Anglian Water has completed a £20 million investment in Norfolk’s water supply. Two new treatment works near Norwich will cater for the area’s growing population, while offering increased protection against future droughts.
Our ageing works at Mattishall have been replaced with more