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Sniffer dogs being used to help find leaking water mains in Scotland have scored some big successes with the discovery of 21 suspected leaks in the Borders and East Lothian recently. Scottish Water has been deploying a team of specially trained dogs to help locate leaks in pipes in rural areas where

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Scottish Water has turned to ultra high-pressure robotics in a UK-first to remove decades of industrial deposits blocking a strategic sewer in South Lanarkshire.

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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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Heriot-Watt University Chemical and Energy Engineering Graduate, Steven Brasher from Dalgety Bay, celebrated the delivery of his first large-scale solar project at Denny Waste Water Treatment Works. More than £660,000 was invested by Scottish Water to install over 830 solar panels at the works

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Scottish Water’s latest solar power scheme is helping to protect the coastal community of Oban from the effects of climate change. The installation of 556 roof-mounted solar photovoltaic (PV) panels at Tullich Water Treatment Works (WTW) on the outskirts of the town is now complete.

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A water treatment facility in Alexandria, West Dunbartonshire has recently joined a long list of Scottish Water sites powered by green energy in a bid to tackle climate change.

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The next phase of Scottish Water’s multi-million-pound investment project at Milngavie Reservoirs in East Dunbartonshire gets underway on Monday 14 August and will focus on upgrading the paths around the historic beauty spot.

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