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Innovation in the pipeline

Anglian Water’s Direct of Asset Management Chris Newsome spoke at the All-Party Parliamentary Water Group’s Innovation Reception  in Westminster this week. In this blog he gives a flavour of some of the new approaches we spoke to the attendees about, and our vision for the future of the water industry.

 

It goes without saying that water is the […]

By |December 1st, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Innovation in the pipeline|

Where will water come from in 50 years?

Anglian Water’s director of regulation Jean Spencer, chair a water industry project looking at the future of water resources in the UK, writes about an important new report, the Water Resources Long Term Planning Framework, which looks forward 50 years. She spoke about it at the Conservative Party Conference and we will be enagaging […]

By |October 20th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Where will water come from in 50 years?|

Can you save money on your water bill?

We work hard to get clean, healthy water to your home, and to remove and treat used water. We believe that the bill for your water and sewerage service is great value for money, but we also understand that household budgets can sometimes be difficult to balance.

There are ways to reduce your water bill […]

By |October 5th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Can you save money on your water bill?|
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    UK’s largest metaldehyde-free farming trial expanded for a second year

UK’s largest metaldehyde-free farming trial expanded for a second year

The UK’s largest ever metaldehyde-free farming trial has been expanded after successful first year results achieved a 60% drop in levels of the chemical detected in reservoir tributaries.

Year two of the Slug It Out campaign will see it extended to include Rutland – the largest natural catchment in the UK for a reservoir at […]

By |June 14th, 2016|Catchment management|Comments Off on UK’s largest metaldehyde-free farming trial expanded for a second year|
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    Volunteers show how much they care for our rivers and beaches

Volunteers show how much they care for our rivers and beaches

This week is National Volunteers Week, a time to celebrate the achievements of RiverCare and BeachCare volunteers throughout the region who give up their spare time to protect waterways and coastlines.

We are extremely proud of all our employees who volunteer their time, and all of the community volunteers who are involved in projects we […]

By |June 3rd, 2016|Biodiversity, Catchment management|Comments Off on Volunteers show how much they care for our rivers and beaches|

Memories of Grafham Water at 50 years old

Many of us have special memories of Grafham Water over the 50 years since it first opened. We asked you to share some of yours with us and we had an amazing response.

Louise O’Carroll met her husband here in 1994 when they were both on a school trip, and now they bring their children […]

By |May 24th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Memories of Grafham Water at 50 years old|

Back to Basics event live blog

This is the live blog from the Back to Basics process safety event at the Heart of England Conference Centre near Coventry on April 20. Check back throughout the day for updates. Find out more here 

 

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By |April 14th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Back to Basics event live blog|

Water friendly young farmers crowned

The results are in and Easton and Otley agricultural college in Norwich has the most water friendly students.

The team of Cameron Young, Lewis Hart, Chris Stoles and Peter Hyett have been crowned winners of the Great Farm Challenge 2016 held at Newmarket Racecourse this week. The event featured a panel of judges from Anglian Water, […]

By |March 18th, 2016|Catchment management|Comments Off on Water friendly young farmers crowned|

“Women bring a different perspective to engineering”

To mark International Women’s Day, one of Anglian Water’s senior engineers Alison Taylor tells us what inspired her to start her career and why we need more women in engineering.

I got into engineering because I have always been interested in how things work and how they are put together. I always wanted to know […]

By |March 8th, 2016|Apprenticeships, Careers|Comments Off on “Women bring a different perspective to engineering”|
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    Learning the ropes as an Anglian Water technician apprentice

Learning the ropes as an Anglian Water technician apprentice

We invited Anglian Water apprentice Lewis Mills to write us a guest blog about his experiences. If you’re inspired by his story and want to find out more visit www.anglianwatercareers.co.uk/trainees

I’m an Anglian Water apprentice and I’m currently in the first year of my four year maintenance technician apprenticeship. Before I was successful in getting […]

By |February 16th, 2016|Apprenticeships, Careers|Comments Off on Learning the ropes as an Anglian Water technician apprentice|