Phosphorus is an essential element for plant life and is used on crops to help them grow, but if too much phosphorus ends up in the water, it can have a negative impact on life in our rivers and lakes.
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What happens when people pour the wrong thing down the sink or flush away something that shouldn't be there in the first place?
How water companies can generate community value from their assets.
Micro-plastics are an issue for many industries as well as water utilities. But the water industry is determined to help answer the questions surrounding micro-plastics
The StormHarvester system reduces the risk of flooding in extreme rain, helping to protect the environment.
We're working with some of the biggest and most iconic data partners in the world to help transform our data for wider use.
Monitoring the quality of our water is a vital part of our work. In the past, it has relied on sending teams equipped with the Mark 1 human eyeball to read sensors or fill sample bottles.
But we are putting hundreds of smart sensors which measure key data in real-time and make it availasble to our scientists and managers wherever they are.
It may be Apple and Google's next battleground, but we, too, are developing an augmented reality game. Our purpose is to help keep the sewers free from blockages.
What do Pringles, cars, ATMs and water networks have in common?
Slugs are no friend to farmers - but the way the agricultural industry tackles them is a challenge to water companies