Deeper water data delivers results for multi-site organisations, cutting waste and highlighting risks of disruption, new figures show

More than 400 data loggers have been installed in just six months to track water use more closely across 24 hours and spot opportunities to cut waste at organisations in England and Scotland

Yorkshire Water ties with farmers for ‘pop up rain forests’

The programme will see farmers grow cover crops to improve soil and water quality and cut emissions

Facebook pledges to become ‘water-positive’ by 2030

The social media giant has committed to restoring more water than it consumes for its global operations

Water cutting tech trials taking place this year to minimise impacts on the environment

The UK’s largest water retailer will introduce and trial flush-cutting technology this year as part of its Commitment to the Environment

Thames Water pledges to become ‘carbon-negative’ by 2040

The water supplier plans to achieve this goal through waste-to-energy, solar and heat recovery schemes

Pennon buys Bristol Water in £814m deal

Bristol Water supplies drinking water to an estimated 1.2 million customers

EU targets ‘zero pollution’ in air, water and soil by 2050

The Zero Pollution Action Plan sets out key 2030 targets to reduce pollution at source and ensure people could all live in a toxic-free environment

New era for London drinking water after £20m IT upgrade

The new system monitors operations of the five big treatment works in London and more than 200 other facilities

Anglian Water on the hunt for 200 engineers and technicians

With the ‘largest-ever’ recruitment drive, the water company aims to strengthen its position to tackle leakage

EBRD, EU and Japan backs Kyrgyz Republic’s water infrastructure with €4.8m

The funding is predicted to help a water company save around 1.6m cubic metres of drinking water and 93,000kWh of electricity annually