Month: February 2021

MOSL Publishes 2021-24 Business Plan

MOSL today published its 2021-24 Business Plan, following approval from its members at a General Meeting on 25 February. The business plan sets out MOSL’s priority improvement programmes for 2021/22 and beyond as part of its first rolling, three-year plan

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Highlight an Outstanding CEnv, REnvP or REnvTech – 2021 SocEnv Awards Open for Nominations

Nominations are now welcome for the Environmental Professional of the Year and Registrant Newcomer of the Year awards.  The 2021 SocEnv Awards will recognise outstanding achievements of registered environmental professionals during a challenging year. As of today, the Society for

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DWI Principal Inspector – Cyber Security Vacancy

Ref: 97662 – Principal Inspector – Cyber Security (Grade 7) £52,289 – £60,188 The Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI) is seeking a talented individual with the management skills necessary to ensure that that drinking water companies take appropriate and proportional technical

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Registration now open for next European Junior Water Programme

European Junior Water Programme (EJWP) begins its 3rd group on 14 June and registration is now open for junior water professionals. EJWP empower young professionals for sustainable water management in Europe – through collaborative learning, networking, and coaching for personal &

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Utility Week Awards Winners

Utility Week’s prestigious annual awards were held in a virtual ceremony on Tuesday 8th February. The ceremony saw Anglian Water victorious in three categories – taking home the Net Zero Award, Employer of the Year and the Supply Chain Excellence

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Breakthrough in leak detection as UK-pioneered AI learns to identify water leaks by size

Powerful leak detecting AI has advanced to the stage where it now calculates a leak’s size as well – providing a powerful new tool to transform leakage performance and water loss from public networks, say its developers. The breakthrough by

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Regulatory price review framework comes under research scrutiny

A research project to help water companies provide the evidence base that influences the next regulatory price review process has got underway. UKWIR commissioned Frontier Economics to start exploring its Big Question “How do we ensure that the regulatory framework

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It’s National Apprenticeship Week

Today marks the launch day of National Apprenticeships Week. The annual week-long celebration of apprenticeships, taking place across England, will showcase how apprenticeships have helped employers and people of all ages and backgrounds. Employers are encouraged to promote the great

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Average water bills set to fall as additional support for customers continues

Average household water and sewerage bills in England and Wales are set to fall by around £2 (0.6%) in 2021/22. The average annual bill is forecast to come down from £410 to £408, although there will be variations from company

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Institute of Water shares Black Voices in the Water Industry

The Institute of Water has released a “Black Voices in the Water Industry” video as a platform for black people in the water industry to share their experiences of racism. The launch coincides with the publication of the first Institute

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