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Water Quality

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Learn how we test and maintain water quality to ensure you receive the highest standard of water

Lead and Your Water

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Learn how we are working to deliver a lead-free water supply

Blog: My Kind of Water - Jennifer Reoch

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22 March 2019

Scottish water is among the best in the world, but we shouldn't take it for granted - says TV presenter Jennifer Reoch

£10m Stromness Waste Water Network Upgrade Reaches Completion

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19 March 2018

A £10 million Scottish Water project which will maintain and improve the environment of Stromness Harbour has been completed

Scotland Leads Way in Speeding Up Water Industry Innovation

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11 December 2018

A five-nation partnership will see Scottish Water play a leading role in a new network of test centres which will accelerate innovation across the industry

Scottish Water Announces 2020/2021 Domestic Charges

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29 January 2020

We are focused on continuing to deliver value and excellent value for our customers

Burncrooks Water Improvements

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Burncrooks Water Improvements

Annual Report

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Our latest Annual Report covers our performance highlights over the past financial year

Scottish Water Project Makes the Finals in Engineering Awards

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12 September 2018

People in Scotland have the choice of two projects to win the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award, which celebrates civil engineering projects that have had a positive impact for their local communities

Carron Valley Reservoir

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Know the risks when visiting

Paisley

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We are investing £3m in improvements to the waste water infrastructure in Paisley to help improve the water quality and natural environment in local rivers.

Primary School Pupils Walk the Walk

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13 November 2020

Pupils at Dunard Primary School in Glasgow’s West End swapped their classroom for the great outdoors to visit the ongoing multi-million pound River Kelvin investment project