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preventing legionella

Preventing legionella with IoT, automation and digital processes

Organisations across the UK are responsible under health and safety legislation for preventing legionella and other known pathogens in freshwater systems – but the process can require a lot of time, effort and expense. Automation, digitisation and the internet of things could help drive effective change, says Chris Potts, marketing director of ANT Telecom.
Structural warranty. water ingress,

Structural warranty: Reducing the risks of water ingress

This ebook from Premier Guarantee looks at how to reduce the risk of water ingress through proper design and workmanship, as well as the correct installation of building elements.
Mariana Gonzalez appointed to lead on asset optimisation

Mariana Gonzalez appointed by Galliford Try to lead on asset optimisation

Mariana Gonzalez has been appointed by Galliford Try as the new head of Process Solutions- a key area of Galliford Try’s Sustainable Growth Strategy- to lead on asset optimisation.
modern method of construction

Delivering a Modern Method of Construction for Thames Water

Chris Tyerman, managing director for Infrastructure at Tilbury Douglas, discusses how a 'modern method of construction' approach to water projects delivers proven efficiencies and added value for all.
drainage contracts

IWJS extends drainage contracts with Heathrow Airport and Addenbrooke’s Hospital

IWJS, part of M Group Services, has been awarded an extension to its drainage contracts with Heathrow Airport and Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
cooling systems

Water Treatment for Closed Heating and Cooling Systems in buildings: BG...

Following the 2021 release of BSRIA’s 2nd edition of Water Treatment for Closed Heating and Cooling Systems (BG 50/2021), BSRIA engineering investigations lead, Chris Thompson, addresses frequently asked questions about what BG 50 is and how it relates to the VDI 2035 standard.
limescale, water conditioners

Combatting limescale during the construction of commercial buildings with water conditioners

Halcyan Water Conditioners explains to PBC Today the benefits of installing chemical and salt-free water conditioners in combatting limescale during the construction or refit of commercial buildings and dwellings.
Marsh civils division

Marsh Industries launches specialist Marsh Civils division

Marsh Industries has launched Marsh Civils division to focus on the company's activities in industrial water/wastewater storage and treatment.

Avoid flooded futures through digital shifts

One in six UK properties are now at risk of flooding over the next 15 years. Murray Ross, head of Project Management Profession at global engineering consultancy Tetra Tech, explores how major flood defence projects must shift from passive adoption of data analytics to an active pursuit, and how investing more in people holds the key to its success.
water services

Scottish Water services will rise by 4.2% in 2022/23

Scottish Water has announced that the amount households pay for its water and wastewater services will rise by 4.2 % in 2022/23.
the water sector

Let’s put STE(A)M in the water sector engine

BIM4Water focuses on the sustainability of skills needed to support digital engineering and transformation in the water sector.
falls through skylight

Water management company fined after worker injured by water valve

A contractor and water management company have been fined after a worker was found injured when he was hit by a 1.5-tonne water valve.
bsria water treatment

BSRIA releases new update to water treatment guide

BSRIA announces an update to its seminal water treatment guide, Water Treatment for Closed Heating and Cooling Systems (BG 50/2021).
sewage pollution fine

Thames Water Utilities issued £4m raw sewage pollution fine

Thames Water has been issued a £4m pollution fine for discharging an estimated half a million litres of raw sewage into the Seacourt and Hinksey streams in Oxford in 2016.
pumping station upgrade

Barhale to deliver £10m East London pumping station upgrade

Thames Water has selected Barhale to deliver a £10m upgrade at the Folkestone Road pumping station in East Ham, London.
o2 mains installation

Barhale selected for £8.6m O2 mains installation

Barhale selected by Thames Water to install over 4km of new trunk main in south east London as part of proposals to deliver additional capacity in the area.
Water sector, production line approach,

How a ‘production line’ approach can transform the water sector

The water sector needs to embrace a "production line" approach, Modern Methods of Construction and offsite assembly to futureproof the industry and secure supplies, says Chris Tyerman, managing director for infrastructure at Tilbury Douglas.
galliford try nmcn water

Galliford Try acquires nmcn water business for £1m

Galliford Try has acquired nmcn’s water business, including Lintott, after the company fell into administration.

Partnership to develop utilities digital twin

Anglian Water, BT and UK Power Networks have formed a new partnership with the National Digital Twin programme to deliver a digital twin across energy, water and telecoms networks.
Mogden sewage treatment works

Kier lands £66m Mogden Sewage Treatment Works contract

Kier has secured a contract from Thames Water to deliver a £66m improvement project at Mogden Sewage Treatment Works in Isleworth.
flood barrier solution

Partnership to develop sustainable flood barrier solution

Aquobex has partnered with HydroGuard to develop the first lightweight, compact, and simple-to-use sustainable flood barrier solution.
uk water sector

RSK acquires water design & delivery provider MWH Treatment

RSK Group has acquired water design and delivery provider MWH Treatment to strengthen its services in the UK water sector.
Flood hazard mapping

Flood hazard mapping to help Scotland prepare for future flooding

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is introducing new flood hazard mapping to help Scotland better prepare for future increased flood risk.
bim4water roadmap

BIM4Water publishes 2026 Roadmap

BIM4Water has published its Roadmap for the next five years, defining a strategic pathway forward for BIM within the UK water sector and adoption into a national digital twin.
guildford sewage works

BAM Nuttall JV secures Thames Water sewage works in Guildford

Thames Water has appointed BAM Nuttall and Doosan Enpure joint venture to carry out the relocation of Guildford sewage treatment works.
Network infrastructure, wastewater

Morrison Water bags Northumbrian Water contracts

Morrison Water Services, a part of M Group Services, has been awarded two contracts by Northumbrian Water for capital works on water and wastewater network infrastructure projects.

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