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Ahead of the 2022 Energy Innovation Awards, Utility Week Innovate catches up with young innovator of the year nominee and inventor of the Aquabot – a robot created to measure water pollution in real time – Dale Colley.
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Thames Water’s head of innovation, Jon Regan, sheds light on the advances in technology and collaboration during his quarter century in the utilities sector, and a 400-year-old source of inspiration.
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With the entry deadline for the Water Industry Awards 2022 fast approaching, this year’s judges set the scene for the awards’ latest instalment on 29 June – featuring a number of new categories.
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South East Water has invested £25 million to expand its flagship water treatment plant in Berkshire to meet the supply needs of the growing community. The site features a rapid gravity filter unit and a granular activated carbon tank. The project means the plant can process 68 million litres of water daily, up from 45 million.
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To mark the launch of the water sector’s innovation centre of excellence, Spring, on 20 December, client programme director Shaunna Berendsen discusses the importance of customer buy-in to innovation and the need to make utilities ‘cool’.
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Considered among the world’s best protected deltas, the Netherlands is a global leader in water industry innovation. Experts driving the pioneering sector’s circular economy and sustainable solutions shared their insight.
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