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    Abberton Reservoir Scheme

    To meet water resource requirements in the future, Essex & Suffolk Water implemented a scheme to increase the storage capacity at their existing reservoir at Abberton, from 26 to 41 billion liters of water. The scheme was designed to minimise impact on the environment and improve amenity and ecological habitats.

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    Assistance and Technical Support for the Evaluation of LIFE proposals

    Since 1992, LIFE has co-financed over 4,000 environmental and nature conservation projects in all of the 28 Member States of the European Union, supporting the development and implementation of EU environmental and climate policy. The programme, which was recently renewed with a budget of €3.4 billion for the period between 2014 and 2020, aims to […]

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    Bamford WTW - Treatment Enhancements Project

    Increasing raw water color from the reservoir catchments, associated with higher intensity rainfall events (believed to be linked with global warming), have put the existing clarification processes under increasing challenge. In order to future proof the works against this, a substantial enhancement project has been undertaken over the past three years (2009 to 2012). A […]

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    Birmingham Bio Power Tyseley Resource Recovery Center

    The Birmingham Bio-Power plant in Tyseley, just outside Birmingham, will provide 9MWe (net) of renewable electricity to the national grid. This power will be eligible for Renewable Obligations Certificates under the UK government’s renewables incentive scheme. The project has been developed by Carbonarius Ltd, a successful private developer of local power production facilities. Birmingham Bio-Power […]

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    Brighton & Hove WwTW Scheme

    The Southern Water Brighton and Hove wastewater treatment works treats the 95 million litres of wastewater generated each day in the catchment area of Brighton and Hove to the required European standards. After treatment, the water is returned to the environment 2.5 kilometres off-shore.

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    Coleshill STW

    Coleshill STW Phase two consisted of building of a new Inlet works to provide accurate control of flow to preliminary and full treatment, satisfactory screening capacity, and accurate inlet works flow measurement and satisfactory grit removal.  

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    Deerdykes, Cumbernauld

    Deerdykes is a Composting and Organics Recycling Facility In-Vessel Project, actively receiving green waste, liquid wastes (industrial effluents) and sludges (from industrial wastes) for on-site processing. Green waste is delivered in large waste collection vehicles and is offloaded into a reception area. It is shredded and composted in extended beds on hard-standing areas. Liquid waste […]

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    Fellgate Surface Water Management Solution

    Fellgate estate in Jarrow, Tyne and Wear has a history of flooding and suffered extensive property flooding in 2012, affecting 175 properties. Surface water flooding originates from sewers, highway drainage, run off from land, small local water courses and ditches during heavy rainfall. MWH, now part of Stantec, supported a partnership of Northumbrian Water Group […]

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    Maida Vale Flood Alleviation Scheme

    The Maida Vale Flood Alleviation Scheme was a project that has eliminated sewer flooding to almost 200 properties. The project was undertook on behalf of Thames Water by Optimise, a joint venture in which MWH, now part of Stantec, was the design partner and worked alongside contractors Murphy, Barhale and Clancy Docwra.

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    Minworth Wastewater Treatment Works

    Minworth Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW) is Severn Trent’s largest sewage treatment works serving a population equivalent of 1.75 million from Birmingham. The plant also treats a high volume of imported sludge from industry and regional works. Average flow is 450 Ml/d (5.8 m3/s) with full flow to treatment of 1,070 Ml/d (12.4 m3/s). The UWWD […]