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It's Never Too Late to Learn to Swim

New Learn to Swim campaign is urging adults who can't swim to sign up for lessons

22 April 2024

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Dog Detectives on the Scent of Leakage in Borders and East Lothian

We're deploying a crack team of specially trained dogs to help locate hidden leaks on our network in rural areas

17 April 2024

Adapting Scotland’s Water and Waste Water Services to Climate Change

Our plan sets out what we must do and how we need to work with others to ensure our services against the impact of climate change

29 February 2024

BLOG: Balancing Climate Change, Investment and Water Charges - Alex Plant CEO

Alex Plant, Scottish Water CEO,  talks about the importance of charges to tackle the effects of climate change on investment needs

02 February 2024

Water and Waste Water Charges 2024 to 2025

Water and Waste Water Charges 2024 to 2025: Supporting Vital Investment for Future Services 

01 February 2024

Four Decades of Keeping Water Flowing to Highland Homes

Inverness water operative Lenny Hunter is retiring after almost four decades of keeping water flowing to Highland homes

23 January 2024

Huge Thanks to Customers Following Greenock Burst

With all supplies back to normal, Scottish Water bosses are offering their sincere thanks to thousands of customers whose normal supplies were affected by a burst water main in Greenock 

12 January 2024
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