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Reservoir refurbishment begins in Walton-on-Thames

A major project to help protect London’s water supply for the next decade has begun in Walton-on-Thames

The digital twin has helped save millions of litres in leaks

Award nominated “digital twin” helps save millions of litres in leaks

21/04 09:58

A high-tech “digital twin” of Thames Water’s clean water network is helping the company save up to one million litres of water from being lost in leaks every day.

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Thames Water appoints new Capital Delivery Director

19/04 13:00

Francis Paonessa will join Thames Water as its new Capital Delivery Director on April 26. 
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Thames Water hits half a million smart meter milestone

15/04 10:30

Thames Water is celebrating a key milestone in its drive to protect future water resources having installed half a million smart meters in its region

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Thames Water volunteers for 'Green Skills Week'

08/04 12:15

Over 70 students took part in virtual work experience and gained a fascinating insight into careers and green roles at Thames Water.
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Ambitious river health project launched in Oxford

06/04 11:10

A new project will monitor bacteria in Oxford's rivers – alongside live alerts of sewage discharges and a £26m upgrade of the city’s sewage works.

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Barnacle geese at Crossness Nature Reserve

Barnacle geese seen at Crossness for first time

30/03 12:25

A type of goose – which was once thought to be a fish – has been spotted at aThames Water nature reserve in London for the first time.

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Thousands of kilometres of sewers cleaned in record-breaking programme

29/03 12:20

Intrepid Thames Water engineers have cleared record lengths of sewer spanning further than the distance between John O’Groats and Land’s End to help protect customers and the environment from flooding.

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Commemorative Oxford mosaic preserved during water leak repairs

25/03 12:00

A mosaic celebrating Oxford’s twinship with the Dutch city of Leiden was preserved during recent work to fix a water pipe leaking directly beneath it.

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Rob Lazell and Chad Hodgson who helped two women in danger in London

Hero workers help vulnerable women in London

24/03 12:01

Two hero Thames Water workers have told of the moment they helped two women in danger in separate incidents in London.

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Thames Water appoints Cathryn Ross as new Strategy and Regulatory Affairs Director

23/03 11:00

Thames Water has appointed Cathryn Ross into a newly-created Strategy and Regulatory Affairs Director position. She will join the Executive Team and start on June 1.

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Supporting Debt Awareness Week

22/03 10:43

Thames Water is highlighting its range of financial support options for customers to mark Debt Awareness Week.  

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lump of solidified cooking fat removed from sewer in henley on thames

Henley pub landlord prosecuted for sewer abuse in landmark case

19/03 12:00

A Henley-on-Thames pub and its landlord have been fined more than £16,000 for allowing cooking fat and oil to enter the town’s sewer network, in a landmark case brought against them by Thames Water

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