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Porlock Weir

Water UK response to storm overflow spill data publication

Large infrastructure of a sewage treatment works

Speech: ‘Go With the Flow: Working with Nature and Managing Catchments’

Storage tank being installed near Stroud

English water companies publish world-leading plan to remove 4 million spills from our rivers and coasts

Charges Consultation: Water Discharges

We welcome moves to improve the audit and inspection regime of the water sector that will be funded by the rises in costs outlined in this consultation, and strongly support the Environment Agency (EA) having the resources it needs to underpin its vital regulatory work.

Ladybower Reservoir

More than 5,000 apprentices wanted to deliver transformative £96 billion investment programme

Apprentice

“Opening doors that I could only have dreamed of”: stories from National Apprenticeship Week 2024

Tideway tunnel

Water companies reveal £14.4 billion plan for 2024-25 after a decade of bills falling in real terms

Sewage treatment plant

Speech: Doing more for customers and the environment

Bewl Reservoir

Water UK's response to the Department for Business and Trade's consultation on strengthening the regulation of the energy, water and telecoms sectors

A white bin with a black bin bag with the words 'bin the wipe' in bold all against a red background

New Year, new you, no more flushing wet wipes down the loo.

Fats Block Pipes logo

Naughty or Nice? Keep your pipes on the Nice list this Christmas by binning your Fats, Oils and Greases

Beach

Response to the Environment Agency's annual assessment of bathing water quality

Lake

Response to the Surfers Against Sewage Water Quality Report 2023

Innovation Festival ideas

A pipeline of brilliant ideas from our Innovation Festival

Sewage treatment plant

We haven't always got it right but the cost of inaction is huge

Constructing new water pipes

False claims about the water industry’s proposed investment of £96 billion

Three works inside a giant new sewer watching a crane

Water companies propose largest ever investment

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Fine to Flush certification to end