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Oxford granted bathing water status
Digital innovation helps track down water theft
Hi-tech GPS trackers have helped Thames Water track down companies that illegally take water from the network, protecting the supply against those who use water without being billed for supply.
Bronze Age spear discovered as Thames Water builds new wetlands
A near-pristine Bronze Age spearhead was among the historic artefacts uncovered during work to build a new wetlands at a Thames Water sewage works in Cirencester.
New sewer to protect Kingston residents from flooding
Thames Water is installing a new sewer pipe in Kingston to help protect homes, businesses and the environment from flooding.
Ofwat innovation funding
New measures to improve river health
Thames Water CEO Sarah Bentley has announced new measures to improve river quality and reduce sewage discharges in a speech to The Rivers Trust Annual Spring Conference 2022.
Thames Water announces key milestones of its Turnaround plan
Thames Water announced today a range of customer improvements that mark key milestones as it heads into year 2 of its 8-year Turnaround plan.
QEII reservoir back in action and refilled with equivalent of 8,000 Olympic pools of water
A £25 million investment project to help protect London’s water supply for the next decade has been successfully completed ahead of schedule in Walton-on-Thames.
Thames Water to reward housing developers who achieve water neutrality
Housing developers who commit to building water efficient or water neutral new homes will be offered discounts on the charges they pay Thames Water to connect to the public water supply
Two in five people have flushed tampons, wet wipes or sanitary products down the toilet
We're proud to be named in top 100 employers for LGBTQ+ commitments
Thames Water has entered the charity Stonewall’s Top 100 Employers list in recognition of its commitment to the inclusion of the LGBTQ+ community in the workplace
Less concrete, more jungle: over £3 million of funding for nature schemes to tackle flooding
Thames Water is funding 20 nature-based schemes to tackle flooding in London and the Thames Valley
Thames Water lays new pipes to protect South London water supply from future bursts and leaks
More than 1.5km of new water pipes will be installed in Lewisham to protect residents from disruptive bursts.