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As part of our Keeping us Connected series, Utility Week talks to Southern Water’s vulnerability lead Rachel Ryan-Crisp about how the company has begun to think about extending financial assistance to help households facing continuing hardships due to coronavirus.
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South East Water reports on the promising initial results from its one year trial to create a smart network in north Kent as part of its efforts to reach the 15 per cent leakage reduction target set by Ofwat. The company has worked with specialists to update meters, install sensors and loggers and collate the data from the project for analysis
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To meet ambitious leakage reduction targets the water sector is adding smart technology to detect problems in pipes. Yorkshire is installing hundreds of devices to monitor networks and find fluctuations to help identify leaks as part of a wider investment to achieve a 15 per cent reduction target
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Parts of the South East of England have less water per person than parts of Morocco so it's little wonder PCC targets are top of the agenda for Water Resources South East as it formally launches its collaborative approach to addressing the region's water shortage issues.
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Thames Water has found and repaired one of the biggest ever leaks in its main network, which was losing three million litres of water each day.
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