Reels of old hosepipes destined for landfill have been transformed into play equipment for animals at a safari park and a monkey sanctuary.
A state-of-the-art drilling technique helped Thames Water install a vital new sewage pipe while protecting a centuries-old country path used by medieval monks.
Laing O’Rourke will work with Thames Water on a £123m project to ensure Beckton sewage works can cope with London’s growing population.
Thames Water will pay tribute to a much-loved network technician who passed away after a battle with cancer by lighting up Tilehurst Water Tower in his memory.
This was the heart-warming moment four tiny ducklings were saved from an eight-metre deep storm tank at a Thames Water sewage treatment works near London.
Farmoor Reservoir in Oxford has taken delivery of a second boat that allows people in wheelchairs to fish on the open water.
Thames Water has reduced the amount of water it takes from underground sources near a High Wycombe chalk stream by more than seven million litres per day – equal to that used by around 20,000 homes – to help the waterway sustain wildlife
Thames Water has joined with the Women’s Utilities Network to build on its reputation as a company that attracts and retains the best female talent.
Thames Water has recovered more than £450,000 in the last three years from contractors, landowners and other third parties who illegally took water from hydrants.
Thames Water has become the first business in Reading to be recognised as “dementia friendly” by a local dementia action group