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Students Are Tap of the Class in Water Campaign

A new partnership has been launched to encourage students to top up from the tap and stay hydrated - the first of its kind between Scottish Water and a further education establishment. 

06 November 2019

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Friary Find Sheds Light on Kingussie’s Earliest Days

The discovery of human bones during work to renew Kingussie’s water network has yielded new evidence of the Badenoch capital’s beginnings as a religious centre

18 October 2019

Katrine Aqueduct Historic Find

Victorian era water pioneer pictures inspiring £12.5 million aqueduct refurbishment

28 February 2019

Kingussie Water Work Completed,Leaving Forgotten Friary’s Story to be Told Later in 2019

Scottish Water has completed work to take care of Kingussie’s water network after it was briefly interrupted by the discovery of the foundations of a long forgotten Carmelite friary, together with human remains believed to date back to the Middle Ages

15 January 2019

Sewer Network Used as Dumping Ground in North Glasgow

Scottish Water is issuing a reminder to the public about the problems caused by the misuse of its sewer network after the discovery of a child’s travel cot in a Glasgow sewer

25 October 2018

Take Autumn Action to Protect Property and Pipes

Householders across Scotland are being urged to take action this autumn to ensure their property and pipes are protected ahead of winter

05 October 2018

Putting St Andrews' Drains on a Diet

Scottish Water is to step up its fight against fatbergs which can cause major flooding and pollution with the launch of a new project

13 September 2018
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