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Thames Water pledges to protect rare chalk streams

Four water companies will invest millions to protect chalk streams by reducing the amount of water they take from them and cutting pollution. 

A picture of the River Chess
Volunteers sow wildflowers seeds along The Chase in Merton, London

Wildflowers in Merton

22/10 09:27

Volunteers have turned a patch of Thames Water land into a haven for wildflowers. 
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Walthamstow Wetlands engine house

Walthamstow Wetlands celebrates third birthday

21/10 08:00

London's largest urban wetland nature reserve has been visited a million times since opening three years ago.
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Hackney pipe repair

Engineers fit huge section of pipe during Hackney repair

20/10 11:01

Engineers from Thames Water have fitted a section of pipe more than three feet wide as repairs continue on a Victorian water main in Hackney.

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Hackney relining project

New technology to protect future Hackney water supply

19/10 13:35

Thames Water will use a state-of-the-art new technique to strengthen two of its major water pipes in North London.

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Two engineers in the field using a laptop

Digital programme set for 11 IT and app awards

13/10 10:29

Thames Water is a finalist in two major IT awards as it continues to develop and embrace new tech to help customers and the environment.

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New pipes

Final contractors for Thames Water’s AMP7 programme announced

13/10 10:24

Thames Water has agreed the final, and biggest, framework for design and build construction partners for its AMP7 programme.

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Rob Barber locating Thames Water pipes

Kidney patients encouraged to sign up for extra support

12/10 13:26

Thames Water engineer Rob Barber, is urging customers living with long-term health conditions to sign up to the company's priority services register.
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Thames Loves Malawi

Thames Water raises millions to help WaterAid provide clean water for communities in Malawi

09/10 11:29

Thames Water staff have raised more than £1.3 million to improve access to clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene in impoverished communities in Malawi.

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A Chelsea Pensioner catches a fish at Walthamstow Wetlands

Chelsea Pensioners "all smiles" at Walthamstow Wetlands

06/10 10:17

A group of Chelsea Pensioners enjoyed their latest fishing trip to a Thames Water nature reserve just 15 minutes from the heart of London.

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Sarah Bentley, Kelly Macfarlane and Mia Davies at Bracknell STW

Thames Water celebrates National Inclusion Week

28/09 07:30

The incredible melting pot of people who work for Britain’s biggest water company is being celebrated as part of National Inclusion Week.

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Chris Newman at Chertsey Sewage Works

Long-serving Chris clocks up more than 40 years

18/09 10:01

Chris Newman has clocked up more than 40 years with Thames Water - and has now been honoured by having a conference room named after him

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LanguageLine's British Sign Language option

Sign language app transforms support for Deaf customers

15/09 10:05

A mobile app is transforming how Thames Water supports its Deaf customers by offering quicker access to home appointments.

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