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23 May 2018

Keeping the taps flowing, today and tomorrow

Water is vital for life, our economy, our environment and also our enjoyment, so we are continually looking to the future to make sure we have enough to go around for both today and tomorrow. We get much less rain […]

23 May 2018

Rutland Aqua park competition

Facebook competition terms and conditions The individual prize in this competition is a 4 tickets for the Rutland Aqua Park  The prize will be delivered the winner and they will not be required to pay anything extra for postage and […]

18 May 2018

Pesticide amnesty in Essex hailed a success

A pesticide amnesty sponsored by Anglian Water has enabled the removal of over a tonne of unused and redundant pesticides from farms in Essex. The pesticide amnesty, focused around Drinking Water Protected Areas feeding the Ardleigh Reservoir, was the third […]

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    1. 29 September 2015

      Taking to the skies to tackle pollution on the coast

      Anglian Water has become the first water company in the country to take to the skies in a bid to cut pollution of our beaches and coastal waters.

    2. 28 September 2015

      Water burst causes disruption in Northampton

      UPDATE: The water main in Northampton has now been repaired and reinstated. Water supplies to properties will be back to normal shortly. The tap water may initially appear cloudy; this is due to air bubbles in the water, which are so small the water may appear white. This is completely normal after a burst main.

      If you simply run the tap for a short time then this should clear. Any water that you run can be collected and used for watering plants or washing up. If your water remains cloudy please contact 03457 145 145.

      Unfortunately some traffic disruption will continue tonight and tomorrow on the A5076 Mereway and possibly connecting roads as one lane in each direction remains closed whilst our teams work to repair the road surface. We expect the road to be re-opened by Wednesday morning.

      An Anglian Water spokesperson said: “We would like to thank customers for their patience whilst we completed the repair.”

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      There will be traffic disruption in Northampton as engineers work to repair a burst water main in the town and the affected road.

    3. 24 September 2015

      Road closure in Brentwood after public safety concerns

      UPDATE: This work is now complete and Ongar Road has been reopened. We would like to thank all local residents and commuters for their patience while we carried out this vital work.

    4. 23 September 2015

      Building complete for Greater Peterborough’s brand new school

      Young people in Peterborough will have even more choices when it comes to schools next year now that the Greater Peterborough University Technical College (GPUTC) is built.

    5. 21 September 2015

      Work underway after sewer collapse in Brentwood

      Workers are on site in Brentwood where a sewer collapse has led to the part closure of a road junction.

    6. 17 September 2015

      Green technology installed at Greater Peterborough’s new £10million state-of-the-art school.

      Peterborough’s new school – the Greater Peterborough University Technical College (GPUTC) - will not only increase the education choices for young people in Peterborough from September 2016; it’s also doing its bit for the environment, after a rainwater harvesting system was installed in the £10 million building.

    7. 14 September 2015

      100% sign up in UK’s largest ever metaldehyde-free farming trial

      A trial campaign to tackle metaldehyde in drinking water reservoirs has got off to a great start with 100% of the targeted farmers signing up.

    8. 10 September 2015

      Work starts on new sewer pipeline in Stowmarket

       Roadworks will start in Stowmarket on Monday (14th September) as part of a project to lay almost half a kilometre of new sewers.

    9. 27 August 2015

      Work gets underway in Swaffham to reduce bursts and leaks

      £60,000 scheme will take pressure off of town’s pipes.

    10. 20 August 2015

      Campaign celebrates as blockages fall by half in Skegness

       Sewer blockages in parts of Skegness have fallen by nearly half thanks to households thinking before they flush.

 

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