Scottish Water

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Investment in Scottish Water’s intelligent asset base on its waste water infrastructure, including remote sensors and data-driven insight, is set to improve its service to customers, protect the environment, reduce costs and assist in its journey towards net zero carbon emissions. The early st

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Construction works have commenced on the installation of a new section of Rising Foul Sewer Main between Pickaquoy Road and Ayre Road in Kirkwall, including crossing a section of the Peedie Sea. Orkney Builders (Contractors) Limited have begun the installation of a new section of sewer rising main,&

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Banff and Buchan MP David Duguid has visited to see the investment that Scottish Water is making in the future of Turriff Water Treatment Works.  A £15 million project is in progress which will help to ensure the site can continue to provide local communities with a reliable supply of cle

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An innovative new project is ‘distilling’ residues from Scotland’s famous whisky industry into sustainable, green energy. The successful trial involving Scottish Water, SEPA and major distiller Chivas Brothers saw distillery residue brought into Aberdeen’s Nigg Waste Water Tr

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Scottish Water has extended its contract with m2, a joint venture (JV) between Stantec UK and Mott MacDonald, for the provision of technical consultancy support services. The m2 JV will continue to strengthen its collaboration and provide support to the development and delivery of Scottish Water&rsq

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A delicate operation to remove nine old bangers which had been dumped in a Paisley reservoir has been hailed as a huge success by Scottish Water.

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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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More than 1,000 graduates and apprentices will help transform Scotland’s drinking and waste water services making them greener and fit for future generations. They will play a critical part in ensuring Scottish Water has access to emerging talent when it will invest £4.5 billion over a s

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Work has started on building Scotland’s first ‘fifth generation’ heating network at the country’s manufacturing innovation district in Renfrewshire. Cabinet secretary for finance and the economy Kate Forbes was at the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS

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