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23 Mar 2018

It´s been a big week for water as it´s #WaterSavingWeek – which has meant lots of activity on social media to raise awareness on how to save water.

We have loved some of the infographics going around like these :




In other Water / Utilities news


-Don´t forget in May it is  Utility Week Live 2018


WWT report that A £10 million Scottish Water project that will maintain and improve the environment of Stromness Harbour has been completed.


Here is the Water UK response to thaw of snow and ice


-Water shortages could affect 5bn people by 2050, UN report warns


-Ofwat´s Ian Pemberton says Proactive Network Management is key in PR19


-There is an amazing new tech that can turn sea water into drinking water :






Construction News


-New Civil Engineer report that York City Council has started the search for a construction partner to build a £50M bridge 


-Building also report that BAM will be starting work in the Spring on the 96mill Leeds University deal


-From UK Construction online – Heathrow rail link explores provate investment


-Construction Enquirer reporting that the Wates Group order book swelled to record £5.1bn




Flooding & Flood Management


-The Chief Executive of the Environment Agency said a new approach to flooding is needed


The FloodExpo 2018 is set to be big, should be a great event


-The Environment Agency NW have been out doing vital maintenance work




Engineering News


– From The Insititution of Mechanical Engineers – Noise, Vibration and Harshness: 60 Seconds with…Sean Biggs, Principal Technical Specialist, Jaguar Land Rover


-Doncaster Sheffield airport ‘aerotropolis’ plans unveiled


-Six British companies are working to cut carbon emissions




What the Tech

Some great Tech & robotics videos hit our inbox this week !




-Please take a look at what these amazing charities we support have been up to : Padiham Cricket Club | Pendleside Hospice | Circus Starr | Clitheroe Wolves


-Last year we were excited to move into a new hq at a historic Lancashire site, we´ll update you soon on development there