Innovyze Products Featured in the UK Water Projects 2012 Publication

UK Water Projects 2012 (click to view featured case studies)

UK Water Projects 2012 (click to view featured case studies)

Each year the UK Water Projects publication showcases a carefully selected group of case studies from the UK. Since 2002 over 700 technical case studies have been written by highly qualified engineers, detailing £30-35 billion of capital investment by the UK’s Water Companies, demonstrating the ways that the industry is creating one of the finest and safest water collection, treatment, distribution and wastewater disposal systems in the world.

Once again Innovyze products have been used throughout a range of projects, demonstrating their key role within the wet infrastructure industry.

Details of this year’s projects can be found below, with the full versions of all the case studies available on the UK Water Projects website.

Burry Inlet Investigations
DCWW uses retrofit SuDS to reduce CSO spills into a protected shellfish water with a 75% cost saving and 86% carbon saving over traditional methods.

Trelawney Avenue Flood Alleviation Project
Using cost-effective solutions and sustainable technologies to reduce the risk of flooding to properties in Cardiff.

Tyneside Sustainable Sewerage Pilot Study
Development of an integrated, partnership approach to the provision of sustainable sewerage.

Willenhall UID
Major water quality improvements to the River Tame catchment, delivered with a focus on innovation and sustainability.

Scarborough Revised Bathing Water Directive
Investment to achieve ‘excellent’ bathing water standards.

Nitrate Management Programme
Cambridge Water’s investment to meet standards for nitrate concentrations.

Shaftesbury Distribution Project
Strong partnering ensures efficient delivery of a water supply scheme to satisfy the future growth of Shaftesbury.

View all case studies at http://www.waterprojectsonline.com/

 

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