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MWH Treatment Limited

MWH was founded in 1820 and since their inception have played an integral role in the engineering, construction, and management of some of the largest and most technically advanced water, hydropower, mining and transportation projects for a variety of clients. MWH work for

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Yorkshire Water

    Yorkshire Water manages the collection, treatment and distribution of water in Yorkshire. Their responsibilities are vast and include supplying residents with around 1.24 billion litres of drinking water each day, as well

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Upgrading Bickerstaffe treatment works

A £63 million project to upgrade and improve Bickerstaffe treatment works continues to make progress. The Bickerstaffe Treatment Works Upgrade project involves extending the existing plant to increase supply capacity, allowing the facility to

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Increasing capacity at Penwhirn dam

An £8.3 million scheme to increase the capacity of a water treatment works in Stranraer is currently taking place. The project – titled Improvement to Supply and Demand Balance for Auchneel, Barclye, Palnure, Penwhirn

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Glencorse project is flowing smoothly

The new Glencorse Water Treatment Works will soon deliver clear, fresh drinking water to approximately 450,000 customers across Edinburgh and parts of Midlothian. Minister for the Environment, Roseanna Cunningham, said:  “I am delighted that

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Improving the service in Tullamore

Waste water facilities in Tullamore are being upgraded in order to provide additional capacity and meet the requirements of the Wastewater Discharge Licence. Offaly County Council are behind the project to construct a new

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£3.6m transformation for Innerleithen WTW

Scottish Water is making a significant investment in the Innerleithen area of the Scottish Borders. In January works to construct a new £3.6m water treatment plant will begin, offering cleaner, fresher water to communities

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