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Hydro Nation Scholars see innovation in action at Inverurie

As part of their summer school training programme, a group of 20 of the Scottish Government’s Hydro Nation Scholars attended Scottish Waters £21 million state-of-the-art Inverurie Waste Water Treatment Works, to learn more about the facility.

09 May 2022

BLOG: National Gardening Week - Julianne Robertson

This National Gardening Week 2022, Julianne provides tips on how you can use water wisely

06 May 2022

Medieval artefacts discovered during Scottish Water project

A Scottish Water project on the Isle of Lewis has led to the discovery of a Medieval site rarely identified in the Outer Hebrides

05 May 2022

Critically Endangered Species Given a Boost in the River Annan

 £40,000 environmental project to bring back the critically endangered European Eel to the River Annan has been completed

05 May 2022

Council Commits to Reduced Carbon 'Food-Print'

A Scots council has renewed a two-year contract to send its food waste to be used to generate renewable energy.

04 May 2022

Sewer Upgrade Opportunity for Emergency Services

Emergency services given rare opportunity for a live rescue exercise on a Scottish Water construction site

27 April 2022

BLOG: Let's wipe out wet wipes on our beaches - Catherine Gemmell

Catherine talks about why Marine Conservation Society are supporting our Nature Calls campaign

22 April 2022

Burntisland Celebrates New Top Up Tap

A good Friday was had by all in Burntisland, Fife, as Scottish Water officially launched its top up tap in the town

20 April 2022

Elaine Noble retires after 42 years at Scottish Water

Elaine Noble, Public Heath Team Manager, is hanging up her lab coat and hi-vis after 42 years service with Scottish Water

19 April 2022

Wildlife Reserve Sewer Choke Hard to Swallow

The Scottish Wildlife Trust is backing our Nature Calls campaign asking Scots to bin wipes, after chokes caused sewage spills at a popular North Lanarkshire wildlife reserve.

19 April 2022

Kieran Morgan retires after nearly four decades of service at Scottish Water

Kieran Morgan, from Saline, Fife, is celebrating his retirement after nearly four decades of service at Scottish Water

15 April 2022

Whiteadder Sports Centre Gets New Lease of Life

Whiteadder Watersports Centre, situated between Duns and Gifford has been granted a new lease of life by Scottish Water and Scottish Borders Council

12 April 2022

Skellyton Green Energy Scheme

Scottish Water has applied for planning permission to allow green energy to power a South Lanarkshire waste water treatment works.

11 April 2022

Green Light for Major Sewer Flooding Investment in East Renfrewshire

We're gearing up to begin a £3 million project to address internal sewer flooding in Giffnock, Glasgow this summer

07 April 2022

Innovative Partnership Offers Route to a Greener Dram

An innovative new project is ‘distilling’ residues from Scotland’s famous whisky industry into sustainable, green energy

07 April 2022