Northumbrian Water’s famous Innovation Festival hosted at Newcastle racecourse brought together colleagues from across the UK water sector, suppliers, partners and celebrity guests.
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We offer free water saving visits, so that customers can find out more about water saving in their own home. Here’s how a water saving visit helped a young family in Brighton to save water.
‘Let it flow, help it grow, H2O’ is this year’s Southern Water team in the Winnovators competition, where teams from different companies compete to raise the most money for WaterAid.
When the weather heats up, naturally we all use more water. That’s in addition to our everyday water use. All this extra water use takes its toll on our supplies – and here’s why.
To the west of Andover, there are around half a dozen small villages connected by a chalk stream called the Pillhill Brook.
Waking up in the morning and just being you is something that most people take for granted. Imagine though living everyday not being able to express who you are without fear of negative reaction.
When the StoneCrabs charity applied for funding under our Community Grants scheme last year, the charity had plans to tackle loneliness in the LGBTQ+ community on the Isle of Wight.
If your home’s wastewater pipe is connected to the surface water drain by mistake, the used water from your property can enter rivers and seas untreated. That’s why we try to find any misconnections and put them right.
In October 2021 Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive of the Environment Agency made clear that water scarcity is an existential threat and we must all adapt to avoid the "Jaws of Death".
By saving a drop, you really can save a lot – something a family of three from Southampton discovered during a home visit with us recently.