Zero Waste Scotland has partnered with Scottish Water to turn grit that is found in the waste water system into a valuable raw building material for the construction industry.
Scottish Water’s commercial subsidiary Scottish Water Horizons has announced a new partnership with water technology firm Xylem Water Solutions that will help developers improve efficiency and reduce their carbon footprint. (from left) John Flannigan – project manager – Xylem; Andr
Onsite wastewater treatment specialist WPL has seen an upswing in contracts awarded through its Scottish Water framework in the last 12 months. The largest of two recent contracts is for the purchase of WPL Hybrid-SAF technology to be installed initially on the Winchburgh expansion project.
Scottish Water is to begin work on a £3.2 million investment to improve the waste water infrastructure in Eyemouth to protect against flooding.
Scottish Water has unveiled plans for a new £21 million state-of-the-art Waste Water Treatment Works (WwTW) upgrade in Winchburgh. The utility has applied for planning permission to build a new and larger works on the edge of the town, next to the site of the current WwTW.
Scottish Water has been fined £19,000 after pleading guilty to an incident of water pollution in Glasgow in 2016.
A major refurbishment project of one of Scotland's most important, and environmentally friendly, pieces of infrastructure – the Katrine Aqueduct – has afforded a unique insight into what was one of the world's greatest feats of engineering of its day.
A new guide has been published detailing how organisations can take the public with them when planning new building developments or other activities.
A simple surfboard has been turned into a state-of-the-art automated inspection device to gather information on the condition of infrastructure vital to the supply of Edinburgh’s drinking water.
Scottish Water’s successful approach to construction productivity and efficiency was recognised this week when the team won the Supply Chain Excellence category in the 2019 Utility Week Awards.
Scottish Water’s £17 million investment project in Paisley’s waste water infrastructure has scooped an international award at this year’s New Civil Engineer Tunnelling Festival Awards – awards which recognise excellence in the tunnelling industry.
Scottish Water’s £2.2 million investment project to help protect and enhance the environment of the Firth of Clyde and coastal waters in Largs has been completed.
A £1.3 million renovation of the A-listed Mauldslie Bridge in South Lanarkshire is well under way with great care and consideration being given to the historical significance of the landmark and the local wildlife.
Scottish Water is using earthworms and water fleas to treat waste water as part of an innovative international study which aims to protect and improve water resources around the world.
A number of buildings in the Forthside area of Stirling are now receiving heat that’s generated from waste water thanks to a groundbreaking £6 million project that’s now fully operational in the area. (from left) James Reid, divisional manager, FES; Charles Easton, director, FES; P