Ofwat proposes changes to transparency and governance principles

It is consulting on a new set of proposals until 21st August

London’s lost rivers ‘could turn the tide towards low carbon heat’

A new report suggests underground waterways could be fed through heat pumps to warm buildings

AI tech to help water firm cut power costs by 10% a year

It will enable the continuous monitoring and management of electricity demand and generation across United Utilities’ sites

World Cup victory leaves Tokyo flushed with joy!

The city’s waterworks bureau anticipated the surge in usage and adjusted supply and pressure accordingly

UK’s largest water firms ‘didn’t do enough against Beast from the East’

Water regulator Ofwat said a┬álack of proper emergency responses caused ‘significant hardship’

Brits send 1.6tn litres down the plughole at bathtime

The amount of water used is enough to fill more than 657,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools

Blackpool Council granted water self-supply licence

It hopes to reduce costs through monitoring and cutting water consumption

Environment Agency: England could face significant water shortages by 2050

It says three billion litres a day are wasted through leakage, enough to meet the needs of 20 million people

London law school rules in favour of water reuse system

The City Law School will install the sustainable equipment to harvest rainwater and cut usage

Energy Assets Group buys utilities infrastructure provider

Future Energy Group is expected to strengthen the company’s existing nationwide multi-utility network design and construction division