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Reports

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Here you can find our 25 year Water Resource Plan, Innovations Reports and the summary of our Public Consultation "Shaping the Future".

Oban WTW Visit to Rockfield Primary school

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We visited Rockfield Primary School which is located just a few minutes from the site of the new Tullich water treatment work and talked to the children about how the new works, the water cycle and the benefits of staying hydrated.

Old wooden pipes founds in Edinburgh

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260-Year-Old Wooden Water Pipes Unearthed in Capital

Paisley Tunnel project drone filming

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Drone footage of the tunnel route in Paisley

Reservoir Safety

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Chieff Operating Office Peter Farrah talks about the importance of being safe around reservoirs

Scottish Water On The Scent Of Leakage With Sniffer Dogs

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Sniffer dogs are being used to help find leaking water mains for the first time in Scotland.

Shieldhall Tunnel Commute With a Difference

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Engineers on Scottish Water Glasgow tunnel project have a Commute to Work with a Difference. Join them on their underground journey.

Shieldhall Tunnel International team

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This video showcases the wealth of international talent working on the Shieldhall Tunnel project. Our team consists of experts from all over the world who are working together on the largest investment in Glasgow's waste water infrastructure for a generation.

£900,000 water mains upgrade commences in Stonehaven

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£900,000 water mains upgrade commences in Stonehaven

The work, which will be carried out by the utility’s alliance partner Caledonia Water Alliance (CWA), will see the rehabilitation of over 16 miles of mains using techniques such as mains lining, flushing of pipes as well as some pipe replacement as required.

Shieldhall Tunnel TBM naming ceremony

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Construction of the biggest waste water tunnel ever to be built in Scotland is about to start after Roseanna Cunningham, the Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform,  launched a giant state-of-the-art tunnel boring machine in the south of Glasgow.

Tunnelling Tanya Breaks Through in Paisley

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A state-of-the-art tunnel boring machine  has ‘broken through’ in Paisley ahead of the completion of Scottish Water’s major investment