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12 Oct 2020 EDINBURGH, United Kingdom
The Water Industry Commission for Scotland (WICS) has published a draft plan for 2021-2027, designed to enable Scottish Water to meet the challenges of maintaining high-quality customer services while tackling the impacts of climate change and transitioning to net-zero emissions.The plan means that Scotland’s publicly-owned water supplier Scottish Water is set to deliver approximately $5...
3 Feb 2020 EDINBURGH
Scotland’s weather is famously fickle. Now more than ever it is impacting on our lives and communities, writes chief executive of Scottish Water, Douglas Millican. As the global climate crisis deepens, evidence shows that its impact on our country’s weather patterns is having an ever-greater bearing on our public water and waste water services and we must move boldly and decisively to ensure we can cope well with future challenges.
13 Aug 2019 STIRLING, United Kingdom
A new $7.3 Million USD district heating project in Stirling, Scotland, will provide low-cost, low-carbon heat from the city’s sewage. The project will save about 381 tons of carbon each year or about the equivalent of driving a car 1.5 million miles, and is part of Stirling’s ambition to become the UK's first carbon-neutral city...
1 Nov 2017 GLASGOW
Scottish Water's £100m Shieldhall Tunnel project reached a major milestone when a state-of-the-art tunnel boring machine broke through into the reception shaft, completing the initial construction phase. The Shieldhall Tunnel will be the biggest waste water tunnel in Scotland and will enable Scottish Water to improve water quality in the River Clyde and reduce the risk of flooding.