Tag: Anglian Water

The final day – how WaterAid makes a difference…

It was our final full day visiting communities in Malawi today. The difference made to both villages by addressing the issues of hygiene and sanitation was clearly evident. In both places they now have latrines for each house, which put a...

July 21, 2015

Day 2 in Malawi – the Lilongwe water board and the Kamuzu Dam…

So today was my first full day in Malawi, which started rather early with a very loud call to prayer across the city at 5am – still, he had a good voice! Our first visit was to the WaterAid offices...

July 14, 2015

Arriving in Malawi…

Photo – arriving into Lilongwe. It still amazes me how far we can travel in such a short time. I find it incredible that I left heavy rain in London and 15 hours later – travelling via Addis Ababa –...

July 14, 2015

Freebies and farmers at #Cereals15…

Over the last few days, the British summer has been out in force, marking the biggest event on the agricultural calendar and leaving more than a few with the infamous farmer tan… I’m of course talking about Cereals 2015; two...

June 11, 2015

Slugging it out…

Clean, healthy drinking water delivered to our homes is something we all take for granted in today’s society. This is thanks to the hundreds of water treatment works which purify water before it is pumped into our homes and workplaces....

June 8, 2015

Another buzzing blog post…

Photos are copyright of Steven Falk It’s that time of year again, where gardeners all over the country are blowing the cobwebs off their lawnmower, checking their stashed garden gloves for secret spiders and trying to find the long abandoned...

May 28, 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

A shout from the rooftops…

Today I can finally share with you the fantastic news that Anglian Water, Love Every Drop and our work on sustainability has been recognised with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise – Sustainable Development 2015. I’ve known for a little while, and...

April 21, 2015

Collaboration on a common challenge – World Water Day 2015

Population growth and a changing climate are not only significant but also common challenges for all of us that rely on water for our business, for our food, our health and the quality of our local environment. According to the...

March 20, 2015

You’re hired!

Post by Brian Kane, Regional Treatment Manager and former apprentice I started my apprenticeship at Anglian Water in August 1986. To be honest, it wasn’t something I did out of a great love for the water industry or a burning...

March 12, 2015