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Next stop, Net Zero 2030: Thames Water publishes new roadmap
Having started at a London sewage works nine decades ago, Thames Water has today published the final stage of its roadmap to achieving net zero carbon emissions across all operations by 2030.
Priority services register partnership
Thames Water has joined forces with UK Power Networks to support more customers in the communities they serve.
Green energy project will save thousands of tonnes of CO2
Sewage at Thames Water’s Deephams treatment works will be used to create green biogas to power homes and vehicles, saving thousands of tonnes of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere every year in the process.
Paralympian re-opens Thames Water drinking fountains
Paralympian David Weir is calling on people to fight plastic pollution by using the newly reopened Thames Water drinking fountains in London.
Armed forces gold for military recruitment
Thames Water has received the highest honour for its commitment to recruiting and supporting ex-servicemen, women and reservists.
Thames Water waste team celebrates record four years without injury
A Thames Water team which maintains thousands of miles of sewers is celebrating a record four years without a lost-time injury (LTI).
Thames Water Utilities Ltd results
Thames Water Utilities Limited results for the full year ended 31 March 2021
Thames Water cracks down on serial water theft firm
A street sweeping company has been ordered to pay more than £10,000 after being taken to court for illegally tapping into Thames Water hydrants in the Thames Valley for the third time in three years.
Pollution reports fast-tracked to help protect rivers
Customers reporting a pollution are now fast-tracked through Thames Water’s call centre as part of its commitment to keeping rivers clean and healthy.
Taking a 'Plain Numbers Approach' to customer bills
Thames Water has taken part in new research to help customers with poor numeracy skills better understand their water bills.
Thames Water appoints new Strategic Resources Director
Thames Water has today announced that Nevil Muncaster will join the company in the newly created Strategic Resources Director role
Thames Water co-funds £1.2m London nature scheme
Thames Water is co-funding an ambitious new £1.2 million project to help more Londoners enjoy the benefits of nature on their doorstep.
River sampled in first step towards creating bathing water spot
Water samples from the River Thames in Oxford will be analysed by Thames Water to determine whether the city could host only the second-ever designated river bathing spot in the country.