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Thames Water volunteers at Ways and Means Greenshoots garden

Charity garden boosted by Thames Water volunteers

10/08 10:00

Thames Water volunteers spent the day helping a Henley-based charity get its gardens back up and running. 
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Lions playing with old Thames Water hosepipe

Hosepipe turned into toys for lions and monkeys

05/08 11:36

Reels of old hosepipes destined for landfill have been transformed into play equipment for animals at a safari park and a monkey sanctuary.

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Selborne drill

(Non) ground-breaking drill helps Thames Water protect medieval monks path

04/08 15:39

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.

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Beckton STW aerial

Thames Water awards major contract for Beckton sewage works upgrade

03/08 10:09

Laing O’Rourke will work with Thames Water on a £123m project to ensure Beckton sewage works can cope with London’s growing population.

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Tilehurst Tower Charlie

Thames Water lights up Tilehurst Tower to remember Charlie

31/07 09:41

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.

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Rescued ducklings

Four tiny ducklings rescued from 8-metre deep sewage works tank

29/07 13:50

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.

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Wheelyboat Trust director Andy Beadsley at Farmoor Reservoir

Wheelchair fishing boat launched at Farmoor

27/07 14:24

Farmoor Reservoir in Oxford has taken delivery of a second boat that allows people in wheelchairs to fish on the open water.

 

 

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Pann Mill on the River Wye in High Wycombe

Using less water will help River Wye thrive

24/07 14:30

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

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Thames Water field operations manager Kim Rodwell

Women's Utilities Network partnership

23/07 12:38

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.

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Thames Water recovered thousands from illegal connections

Thames Water reinvests £450,000 after clamping down on water theft

22/07 13:44

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.

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Thames Water people with dementia friendly sign

Thames Water becomes Reading’s first dementia friendly business

20/07 15:00

Thames Water has become the first business in Reading to be recognised as “dementia friendly” by a local dementia action group

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Thames Water workers carrying new pipes

Multi-million pound investment announced for Guildford

17/07 13:30

Thames Water will invest more than £55 million over the next five years to upgrade Guildford’s water supply and ensure it can meet increased demand from thousands of new homes

 

 

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