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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

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

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

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

Local MP Sees Turriff Water Investment Progress

Banff and Buchan MP David Duguid visited to see the investment that Scottish Water is making in the future of Turriff Water Treatment Works

 

06 April 2022

Top Up Tap Makes Everyone's Day in Callander

Callander schoolkids are our latest Top Up Tap Champions as they welcome the latest addition to town

15 March 2022

Paisley Reservoir Recovery - Mission Complete

A delicate operation to remove nine old bangers which had been dumped in a Paisley reservoir has been hailed a huge success

09 March 2022

£3.1m Investment Project Close to Completion

A multi-million-pound project to tackle sewer flooding in North Lanarkshire is nearing completion

07 March 2022

Finishing Straight For £4.6M Project

Work on our £4.6 million water mains upgrade in Oban, Argyll & Bute has entered its final stage

25 February 2022

Major Lanark Investment Progressing Well

Our £2.5 million investment project to help reduce the risk of sewer flooding in Lanark is making good progress

24 February 2022

Major Investment to Tackle Flooding in Dunblane Making Progress

Our £3 million investment project to deliver essential improvements to the waste water infrastructure in Dunblane, Perthshire is well under way

17 February 2022

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

Graduates and Apprentices to Help Scotland's Drinking and Waste Water Services Go Greener

More than 1,000 graduates and apprentices will help transform Scotland’s drinking and waste water services making them greener and fit for future generations

08 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

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