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Chris Newman at Chertsey Sewage Works

Long-serving Chris clocks up more than 40 years

18/09 10:01

Chris Newman has clocked up more than 40 years with Thames Water - and has now been honoured by having a conference room named after him

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Sign language app transforms support for Deaf customers

15/09 10:05

A mobile app is transforming how Thames Water supports its Deaf customers by offering quicker access to home appointments.

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Two soldiers next to a Thames Water van

Silver award for military recruitment strategy

07/09 11:48

A commitment to recruiting and supporting ex-servicemen, women and reservists has earned Thames Water an Armed Forces Covenant Silver Award.

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Misconnected pipe

Thames Water saves environment from thousands of incorrectly plumbed domestic appliances

04/09 11:02

Thousands of incorrectly plumbed toilets, washing machines and dishwashers that pollute rivers and streams have been uncovered by Thames Water.

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Fox cubs at Long Reach sewage works

Second chance for orphaned fox cubs

03/09 10:21

Volunteers at a sewage works in Dartford are lending a helping hand to orphaned fox cubs. 

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Visitors enjoying paddleboarding, angling and the wildlife at Tidefest

Thames Water gears up for Tidefest

27/08 11:30

Thames Water volunteers are preparing to welcome visitors to Thames Tidefest 2020.  

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Hedgehogs rescued by Oak & Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre

Up-cycled shipping container boosts Wiltshire wildlife centre

19/08 12:00

A Thames Water shipping container has a new home helping animals at a wildlife rescue centre.
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Bibury tankering

Sound shields help keep the peace in England’s most beautiful village

18/08 12:38

Thames Water used state-of-the-art acoustic shields to cut down on noise while working in England’s “most beautiful village”.

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Berinsfield water tower in south Oxfordshire

£300,000 project to refurbish landmark water tower

12/08 10:29

A landmark tower which can hold almost a million litres of water is being refurbished during a £300,000 project to reduce leakage.

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Shrill carder bee found at long reach

Rarest bees buzzing about new sewage works home

11/08 11:00

A conservation project at Long Reach sewage works has helped the rarest bumblebee in England.
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Thames Water volunteers at Ways and Means Greenshoots garden

Charity garden boosted by Thames Water volunteers

10/08 10:00

Thames Water volunteers spent the day helping a Henley-based charity get its gardens back up and running. 
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Lions playing with old Thames Water hosepipe

Hosepipe turned into toys for lions and monkeys

05/08 11:36

Reels of old hosepipes destined for landfill have been transformed into play equipment for animals at a safari park and a monkey sanctuary.

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