Healthier rivers will be one outcome of implementation of the Environment Act 21, writes Darren Hanson, director of environmental solutions, Xylem. Now water companies need to concentrate efforts on ensuring a smooth rollout of monitoring technology.


Launch of the Reputation Working Group

At Copper consultancy, we are delighted to be officially launching the Reputation Working Group with the Future Water Association.

The unprecedented challenges the sector faces are widely known. Climate change, population growth and more extreme weather are straining water resources …

Future Water Award Winners 2024

The Future Water Awards Night took place on Monday 18 March 2024 and welcomed the speakers Jason Kee from the Canadian High Commission, Alastair Moseley of Department for Business and Trade, Peter Barden from Brave Blue World Studios, and Katie …

New Blog Post – Standards and Regulations

Standards Event at BSI

A big thank you to those who made it to BSI in Chiswick on the 14th March for our open meeting on Standards and Regulations in the water industry. For those who didn’t – you …

Member News -Northumbrian Water & Pontoonworks

Case Study


Client:                 Northumbrian Water

Project:                Scum Box Repair

Client, Northumbrian Water needed access to repair 3 damaged scum boxes in a FST.  They were unable to isolate, empty, clean and scaffold for access due to process constraints.

They …

Flow insights lower the cost of water-saving

Industrial companies and commercial building owners wanting to reduce waste to improve cost efficiency and save water, must become smarter in their operations, writes Paul Hartley, chief commercial officer, Ovarro

Making the best use of available data is key …

England’s Revised Water Resource Management Plans

Water companies and regional groups are prioritising investment in new water supply solutions to ensure water security in the face of increasing demand and climate change.
Plans include constructing desalination plants, reservoirs, and water recycling schemes, aiming to supply over