A young man with learning disabilities is encouraging his community to sign up to the Priority Services Register.
New blow-up bags which temporarily block the flow of wastewater in sewers so they can be safely inspected for fatbergs or cracks are helping Thames Water reduce flooding.
Thames Water has partnered with the National Kidney Federation to help 350 people access extra support should their water supply be interrupted
Thames Water Utilities Ltd announces results for full year ending March 31, 2020
Giant masses of fat, wet wipes and even solid concrete weighing more than three blue whales have been cleared from London’s sewers in the last year.
Thames Water has recovered almost £3 million in the last year after sewers, drains and water pipes were damaged by third party work.
A 1960s-built sewage treatment works in Oxfordshire has been given a £3.6 million upgrade by Thames Water to protect the environment and serve a growing population.
Thames Water is investing almost £5 million to create a wider bridge over a 400-year-old aqueduct that will ease traffic congestion in a busy part of Hertfordshire.
Londoners with smart meters have helped Thames Water achieve the industry’s biggest reduction in leakage this century.
Thames Water has set up a new relief fund to provide financial support to its community partners during the coronavirus pandemic.
People have saved thousands of litres of water during lockdown by fixing loos and dripping taps.