Japan to dispose of 1.2m tonnes of Fukushima nuclear power plant water into the ocean

Japan’s Prime Minister said disposal of treated water is an ‘unavoidable issue’

Bristol Water workers on strike due to ‘pay freeze’

The company has offered a 1.5% pay rise

Cambridge-based biogas firm ordered to pay £42k for water pollution incident

A silage liquor, an ‘extremely harmful’ liquid that is formed when crops are in storage, allegedly leaked into the River Cam

Prince Charles launches initiative to protect water sources for 50m people

The scheme aims to bring together governments, development banks and companies to protect water services against the impacts of climate change

Yorkshire Water and Biffa partner to recycle and reuse grit

Around 6,300 tonnes of grit, produced at water treatment works, have been processed into reusable material since April 2019

Roman baths to warm Bath Abbey church

Energy from hot water will be extracted to power a heat pump system in the Abbey

Ofwat proposes increasing price cap due to higher bad debt

The water regulator is consulting on the most appropriate ways to share the costs and is seeking views and evidence until 6th April 2021

Thames Water fined £2.3m for raw sewage pollution

More than 1,100 fish died after untreated sewage was released into a local stream in 2016

Seven areas to be classified as water stressed

The Environment Agency has launched a consultation to safeguard water supplies

Water bills drop by a drip! £2 saving from April

Water bills are estimated to be at the same level as a decade ago