Month: March 2019

Most UK Water Industry research reports now available “at cost”

UKWIR has recently celebrated 25 years of positively shaping the UK water industry’s future. As part of our invitation to the wider community to engage with the Big Questions research programme, UKWIR has decided to release nearly 700 of our

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Cumbria’s pipe road truckers celebrate epic haulage feat

Six thousand massive pipes, 100km of engineering and some of the tightest roads in the country –connecting west Cumbria to its new Lake District water supply on time is like a military operation. That’s where ex-Army non-commissioned officer (NCO) Neil Bambridge

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RAEng Research Projects in Engineering Education now open for applications

As the UK’s national academy for engineering, we bring together the most successful and talented engineers from across the engineering sectors for a shared purpose: to advance and promote excellence in engineering. We are interested in research projects that have

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Yorkshire Water publishes ethnic pay gap

Yorkshire Water has revealed that its mean ethnic pay gap is 3% and after becoming one of the first companies in the county to publish, has encouraged others to follow suit. The firm is committed to being one of the

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