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Mental wellbeing on my mind

Today I joined other leading organisations on a panel to champion the mental wellbeing at work agenda. My aspiration was to place it at the forefront of business leaders’ minds, and crucially, to recognise the vital role that employers can...

February 4, 2016

Investing in our region – figures by county

Here are the details of Anglian Water’s investment in the East of England for 2016/17 broken down by county Essex • £3.8million to maintain and develop our Colchester Water Recycling Centre which serves the growing area. A further £900,000 will...

February 3, 2016

Live blog: Institute of Water Dragon’s Den event Jan 19

The Institute of Water Dragon’s Den event at Peterborough UTC showcases some of the latest innovations in the water industry. The panel includes Anglian Water chief executive Peter Simpson who will be grilling people on their pitches. The event runs...

January 18, 2016

Are you eligible for our pesticide amnesty?

Although pesticides are a vital part of UK agriculture’s tool box, many have been lost because of their impact on water quality or the aquatic environment.  For growers, the impact of losing a pesticide can be huge particularly where no...

December 1, 2015

The science of saving our nightingales…

Today Anglian Water scientists, along with our partners at the British Trust for Ornithology, are launching our latest season of tracking nightingales. The birds are being fitted with geo-locator tags at Grafham Water and the information will help scientists to...

April 29, 2015

Day 6 – Kampala slums

This has been the most difficult day to take in and process. I have tried to walk you through life in the slums. I apologise as it’s longer than my previous posts but with such shocking living conditions and three...

November 22, 2014