Caledonia Water Alliance

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Scottish Water’s £2.5 million project to tackle frequent flooding on the A8 trunk road through Inverclyde has been completed. East Hamilton Street in Greenock – which runs parallel to the River Clyde past the James Watt Dock - has been prone to localised floods for many years.

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Caledonia Water Alliance (CWA) celebrated Scottish Women and Girls in Sport Week by donating a signed Scotland international football shirt to the local community centre in Nethercraigs, Glasgow. Abi Harrison, who recently scored the winning goal for the Scottish National Team world cup play-off aga

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State-of-the-art drones and lasers are being used together for the first time in Britain to improve Scotland’s sewers and are helping Scottish Water to reduce its carbon emissions. A combination of hi-tech drones and laser technology adapted for use in the waste water Industry is being deploye

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Caledonia Water Alliance has introduced an HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) fuel pump at its Monkton depot in South Ayrshire. The 22-acre operating centre is the main site for CWA’s operations in central Scotland and will be used to fuel diggers, excavators, and HGV lorries with the second-gen

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CWA (Caledonia Water Alliance) has hailed the completion of its £4.6 million water main project in Oban as a "huge success". Nearly two miles of new pipes have been laid in an operation that also saw a tunnel bored under an important railway line to upgrade the town’s water supply.

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Along with Environmental Techniques, Good Friday Robotics and Scottish Water, Caledonia Water Alliance (CWA) has won the Pipeline Industries Guild Utility Pipeline Technology Award 2022 for adapting drones for advanced, safer sewer surveys. Many sewers in Scotland are difficult to survey using tradi

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A water and wastewater sectors service provider has promoted from within to fill the position leading Scottish Water’s DV2 contract. Steven McCulloch steps into the role of supporting the delivery of one of Scotland’s biggest capital investment non-infrastructure programmes.

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A 10-year-old girl from Crookston Castle Primary School in Glasgow won a competition organised by Caledonia Water Alliance (CWA) to name a tunnel boring machine which has just carried out key work on part of a complex project to improve water services for one million people. Caoimhe Donnelly, a prim

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