Category: Scotland

Water testers’ new state of the art helping hand

An Edinburgh science hub has a new helping hand – a-state-of-the art automated robot which is being used to test water quality. The benchtop robot has been installed at Scottish Water’s Juniper House laboratory in Currie. It is used by

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£3.2M PROJECT WORK TO TACKLE EYEMOUTH SEWER FLOODING TO RESTART

Scottish Water will restart work on its £3.2 million investment to improve the waste water infrastructure in Eyemouth to protect against flooding. The work was due to start in March but was postponed due to the Covid-19 lockdown. It will

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DUNFERMLINE WORKS GO GREEN

Dunfermline Waste Water Treatment Works has turned to green energy to boost Scottish Water’s pledge to reach net zero emissions by 2040. It is the latest Scottish Water site to have solar Photovoltaic (PV) panels installed. Scottish Water Horizons, our

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UNIQUE SUSTAINABLE WATER ASSET GIVING BACK TO GRID

It is nestled away in a remote part of East Lothian – yet many people have no idea it is there and is one of Scottish Water’s most environmentally friendly sites. Castle Moffat Water Treatment Works, just south of Garvald,

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Veolia gains royal recognition for ‘Respect at Work’ training

Veolia has been recognised for outstanding commitment to workplace training by gaining a Princess Royal Training Award (PRTA) for its recent initiative:  Respect at Work. The awards were presented by HRH Princess Anne, at a ceremony held at St James’s

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2019 Professional Registration and Renewal Fees

Some of the registration and renewal fees of the Professional Registrations that we administrate will increase from the 1st January 2019. These fees are decided by the Professional Bodies and not the Institute of Water. The fees for 2019 are:

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