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Traffic management to be lifted on Great Western Road, Clydebank

(11/09/2018)

Scottish Water is advising road users in Clydebank that road traffic management on Great Western Road (A82) will be lifted by tomorrow, Wednesday 12 September, as temporary work to repair a collapsed sewer is now complete.

Road traffic management in Station Road, Bearsden

(11/09/2018)

Road users in Bearsden and Drumchapel are being advised of road traffic management required for essential survey work to take place.

Scottish Water’s Internal Communications team enjoys major success at prestigious awards

(10/09/2018)

Scottish Water has won a number of awards at the prestigious Institute of Internal Communication (IOIC) Scotland Awards 2018, which showcase the high-quality work being done across the country.

Scottish Water renews call to use water wisely where Loch levels are lowest

(10/09/2018)

Scotland has experienced the driest six month period since 1984, with a particular lack of sustained rainfall affecting East Sutherland and part of Moray, despite the more unsettled weather recently. As a result, the water sources which serve these areas remain much lower than normal levels for the time of year. The utility has issued a targeted message to customers in Golspie, Brora, Helmsdale and Rogart, as well as in rural Moray communities such as Dallas and Miltonduff which are served by Glenlatterach Reservoir.

Wondering what Scottish Water is doing at the Pentland Hills?

(10/09/2018)

Work has begun on the installation of seven miles of new pipes to help deliver fresh, clean drinking water to more than 165,000 people in Edinburgh and the Lothians.

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