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Crookston Castle PS Pupil Names Tunnel Boring Machine 'The Crookie Monster'

A 10 year-old girl from Crookston Castle Primary School won a Scottish Water competition to name a tunnel boring machine which has just carried out key work on part of a project to improve water services for one million people

11 February 2022

Green Graduate Case Studies

Case studies from some of our graduates who are helping transform our services making them greener and fit for future generations

08 February 2022

Scottish Water returning to normal operation following Storms Malik and Corrie

Scottish Water is returning to normal operation following the restoration of water supplies that were affected by the impact of Storms Malik and Corrie

01 February 2022

We Love Deerdykes to the Moon and Back (12 Times!)

Scotland's first large-scale food waste recycling centre celebrates 50GHW green energy milestone

31 January 2022

Oban Investment in Final Stages

Our £4.6 million investment to upgrade Oban’s water network is on track to be completed by the end of February

28 January 2022

Local Heroes save whelk picker in Pennan

Two Scottish Water employees have proved themselves to be Local Heroes after raising the alarm for a whelk picker in danger of getting caught by the tide at Pennan. 

24 January 2022

Multi-Million Pounds Project Enters Final Phase

Our £11.5 million project to protect a Lanarkshire community from sewer flooding has entered its final phase

18 January 2022

State of the Art Supply for Islay

Multi-million pound Islay investment onstream after marathon journey and months of on-site testing

14 January 2022

Arwen Stories: Battling the Elements to Protect the Environment

Ruairidh Steele and Adam Martin from our waste water operations team in the north-east reflect on their experience in the aftermath of Storm Arwen

24 December 2021

Loch Tay Investment Project Complete

We've completed a £160,000 programme of much needed work to upgrade water pipes for communities along Loch Tay

23 December 2021

Urban Waters Routemap Supports National Action Plan

Scottish Water has published its Urban Waters Routemap to further protect the urban water environment

22 December 2021

Scottish Water Project Blooming in Glasgow's Southside

Cherry trees have been planted as part of our multi-million pounds investment to protect supplies for a million customers across Glasgow and Ayrshire

 

22 December 2021

Scottish Water celebrates 10 years of solar power

This winter solstice, the shortest day of the year, Scottish Water is marking the days getting longer by celebrating a decade of solar power production.

21 December 2021

Arwen Stories: Caring for our Customers When it Matters Most

Turriff treatment operator Joanne Smith shares her experience of Storm Arwen

21 December 2021

Scottish Water and Kinloch Rannoch in Fight Against Fats, Oils and Grease

Customers in Kinloch Rannoch are being urged to play their part in keeping the water cycle running smoothly, after a noticeable increase in FOG and other inappropriate items causing challenges in the public sewer network and septic tanks which serve the area. 

17 December 2021