Wave for water

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World Water Day

The UN News says that water resources are often overlooked, but are an essential part of the solution to climate change.

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Coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus is impacting most things. First the good news.

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It's alarming

The cost to instrument a network has fallen dramatically.  You can get a pressure/flow logger for less than £200, US$260, EUR230 at today’s exchange rates. But what’s not so easy is to make use of the information that’s derived from those devices. Today we want to highlight just one function: alarms.

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Regulators get tough

The UK’s regulator is seen as having been tough on UK water companies in its recent price determination.

Headlines such as “It's about time Ofwat got tougher on 'game-playing' water companies” suggest that there isn’t much public sympathy.

But Northumbrian Water, Anglian Water, Yorkshire Water and Bristol Water are all appealing.  Thames Water, who had been thought likely to appeal, accepted the determination because fighting it would be a “significant management distraction.”  And they lost a CEO candidate in the process.

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Save water, drink beer

Glasgow, Scotland craft beer brand Brewgooder has come up with a cunning plan.

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Early detection

3 customer calls from the same area and you know you’ve got an incident so you’re out in the vans. Trouble is, that incident is already well underway by the time 3 different customers have decided that they need to call you. So here’s a different way of doing it: triangulation.

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Poisoned water chalice?

Sky News reports that Basil Scarsella, CEO of UK Power Networks, has withdrawn his application for the role of Chief Executive at Thames Water, just as an official announcement confirming his appointment was expected.

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The climate crisis is a water crisis

Tim Wainwright, Chief Executive of WaterAid UK, writes that throughout the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos in January 2020 he had one consistent message: for the world’s poorest, the climate crisis is a water crisis.

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Dani's dying to drink tap water

British actress Dani Dyer won’t drink tap water.

She apparently thinks it’s poisoned deliberately by the Government and will eventually be used as a tool to cull the population.

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