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Scottish Water Proposals to Tackle Annan Flooding Revealed

Scottish Water has issued new proposals to tackle flooding in Annan

13 March 2018

Scottish Water to Tackle Flooding in Gretna

Scottish Water is due to begin improvement works near an underpass on the A75 which has been regularly been affected by sewer flooding

13 March 2018

MSP Pays Visit to ‘Extraordinary’ Heat from Waste Water Project

Borders College was delighted to welcome local MSP Claudia Beamish to its Scottish Borders Campus in Galashiels recently when she paid a visit to the College's award-winning heat from waste water project site

13 March 2018

European First for Scottish Water as Online Water Technology Goes Live

Scottish Water is the first utility in Europe to use new online technology which will revolutionise water sampling across the country

12 March 2018

Paisley Environmental Investment Project Update

This Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2018, modern apprentices are working together with Scottish Water and its contractors to improve the water quality and natural environment in two local watercourses on an environmental investment project in Paisley

08 March 2018

Scottish Water Apprentice Katie Encourages More Young People to Apply for MA Scheme

An apprentice water operative with Scottish Water is urging more young people to consider applying for the Modern Apprenticeship (MA) scheme as Scottish Apprenticeship Week takes place across the country

06 March 2018

Customers’ Views Vital to Help Deliver World Class Service – Scottish Water Chief Executive

Communities throughout Scotland are being asked to help shape water and waste water services in a major consultation

28 February 2018

Project to Tackle Flooding on Aikenhead Road, Glasgow, Progressing Well

Scottish water has issued a short film to update the public on the work that's progressing on Aikenhead Road, Glasgow to improve the city’s sewer network

22 February 2018

Scottish Water’s Longest Serving Employee Takes Chief Operating Officer Back to his Roots.

Scottish Water’s longest serving employee has been putting the utility’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) Peter Farrer through his paces as a Fife tanker driver for the day

20 February 2018

Lewis Man Helps Keep Island Water

A Lewis man has clocked up more than four decades of service in the water industry, serving communities across the island for 45 years

14 February 2018

Get Your Bathrooms Beach Ready This Spring

Scottish Water is calling on people to get their bathrooms ‘beach ready’ this spring simply by using a bin to dispose of items like cotton buds and wipes

12 February 2018

Celebrating the 1st Anniversary of the Skills Strategy

Scottish Water is among 29 leading organisations – the Energy & Utilities Skills Partnership – that have developed the Workforce Renewal & Skills Strategy

09 February 2018

A New Way for People to Engage on Community Issues Online

A new way for people to engage on community issues online is being launched in Scotland today

07 February 2018

New Storm Water Strategy to Address Long-term Sewer Flooding Risk

Flooding incidents in Scotland could be significantly reduced by managing storm water on the surface rather than in the country’s sewers

05 February 2018

Key Phase of Scottish Water’s Paisley Environmental Investment Project Complete

A key phase of Scottish Water’s major investment in its waste water infrastructure in Paisley to improve the water quality and natural environment in two local rivers has now been completed

02 February 2018