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Anglian has begun a leakage detection trial on a live network to find and measure defects within its pipes. The trial is a UK-first for the novel detection system that uses sensors to measure variations in electricity passing through a non-metallic pipe wall.
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Work advances on London's super sewer as connections from the new Tideway are added to join with the existing sewer network. In preparation for the work, a chamber was flooded prior to tunnelling to maintain pressure with the surrounding river water.
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The Energy Networks Association profiles some of the key projects underway across the country to accelerate the switch to electric vehicles.
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Ben Aston, biodiversity specialist at Yorkshire Water, sheds light on the firm's joint investment in pollinator superhighways and their impact on managing its water catchments.
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Effective stormwater management is a real puzzle. Like the famous Rubik’s cube you need to look at things from all sides and angles, juggling a huge range of variables to resolve the challenges each and every project presents. Plus of course meeting regulatory requirements, which themselves are constantly being amended and updated.
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The clamour for net zero, increased energy demand and shortages related to Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic have left utility companies overstretched and potentially vulnerable to unethical behaviours infiltrating supply chains. Utility Week invited industry experts to have their say on tackling poor practice.
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The clamour for net zero, increased energy demand and shortages related to Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic have left utility companies overstretched and potentially vulnerable to unethical behaviours infiltrating supply chains. Utility Week invited industry experts to have their say on tackling poor practice.
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