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Investment Boost for Northernmost Water Supply

An £800,000 project has been completed to upgrade the Water Treatment Works that serves customers in Unst, the northernmost island community in Shetland

28 June 2021

Eyemouth sewer upgrade to prevent future flooding finishes

A major £3.2 million sewer upgrade to prevent homes in Eyemouth flooding has been completed

24 June 2021

Scottish Water staff ‘sett-up’ badgers with new home

 A clan of badgers are sett-ling into a new home – constructed by staff working on a water environment project in Edinburgh

15 June 2021

Roughrigg Reservoir to Stay After Customers Have Their Say

We've taken the decision to keep Roughrigg Reservoir in North Lanarkshire following a wide public consultation with local communities

03 June 2021

Last Pour is Milestone in Major Water Upgrade

Scottish Water has reached a major milestone in its £30 million upgrade of the water services in the Scottish Borders

04 May 2021

Great Grandaughter of Victorian Aqueduct Worker Welcomes Upgrade

The Great Grandaughter of a man who helped build the Katrine Aqueduct has welcomed the completion of the latest upgrade work on the megastructure

07 April 2021

St Andrews Water Site Goes Greener In Net Zero Drive

A waste water treatment works in St Andrews is boosting its green credentials to support our pledge to reach net zero emissions by 2040

 

02 April 2021

Solar Scheme Proposal for Balmore Water Treatment Works 

We've unveiled plans to install our most ambitious solar energy scheme to date at a water treatment works in East Dunbartonshire

 

25 March 2021

Improvements to Water Network in Glasgow

A major investment project is underway to improve the water mains network for customers in south west Glasgow

15 February 2021

Green energy boost for north east water supplies

A £275,000 project to install 740 solar panels has been completed at Craigie drinking water service reservoir

05 February 2021

Latest Forecast: Top up Tap In Glasgow Botanics Will Be a Big Hit

Scotland weather presenter Judith Ralston reckons Scottish Water’s 33rd Top up Tap will go down a storm at Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens

05 February 2021

Interim Report Highlights Priority on Customer Services During Pandemic

Maintaining water and waste water services are a priority to support national effort to protect public health during pandemic

20 January 2021

Investing in Prestwick to Tackle Flooding

An investment project worth over £2m is currently under way in Prestwick, South Ayrshire, to help reduce the risk of sewer flooding

18 January 2021

Going Green in Campbeltown Works

Green energy is helping to power a Scottish Water facility in Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute

13 January 2021

Time for Reflection

Reflection… that’s what the run-up to New Year is all about, and now cyclists will be able to reflect on a smart new cat’s eyes system along the River Kelvin Walkway in Glasgow

31 December 2020