To make sure large boats can secure passage without getting stuck, port managers coordinate the dredging of the rivers connecting the ports and harbours of Rotterdam to the sea.
Farmers and landowners across three river catchments in Yorkshire and the North West are harnessing the power of nature in a pilot scheme to better protect the major road network from flooding.
ACO Water Management has launched its new advanced hydrodynamic separator, the V-Septor.
There are times when the potential for a new technology can leapfrog the ability of a regulatory framework to deliver it. We must make sure that the rapid advances being made in digitally controlled rainwater reuse technologies are not caught in this trap, writes Mark Manning of water technology firm SDS.
Simon Crowther, founder of FPS Environmental, offers a rundown on planning for the possibility of flood.
Environmental and energy infrastructure specialist Adler and Allan has acquired drainage expert Jet Aire Services, it was announced on 8 November. Jet Aire Services is...
A flooding incident in North Macedonia in August 2020 threatened the country's supply of electricity. Motor drive manufacturer WEG describes the subsequent drainage project.
A new suite of environmental intelligence software from IBM leverages AI to help organizations prepare for and respond to weather and climate risks that...
A new public tool is said to generate instant, accurate street-level-resolution maps of floods worldwide since 1985. It is hoped the free online World Flood...
Robin Guy from OTT HydroMet believes that the worst effects of extreme weather can be mitigated by effective monitoring and alarm technologies.
Digital twin technology is set to play a crucial role in the pre-emptive management of sewer flooding, argues John Hicklin from Iotics, a firm that specialises in this way of working with data.
We would like to thank and welcome Schneider Electric as a major sponsor of this year's Floodex.
T-T Pumps was enlisted to design, supply and install the equipment to meet the demands of the Lowestoft flood risk management project.
The Eastways project in Witham, Essex, was an existing industrial unit that was being upgraded to include the construction of a new food production facility with internal offices, a new site entrance, and a new vehicle turning area. This project needed a drainage strategy suitable for an industrial site, to control surface water runoff and remove pollution.
Fentex Limited has spent a number of years developing an environmentally friendly alternative to Spill Control products often required by Pollution Prevention Guidelines, ISO standards and other regulations.
The take-up of flood hazard mapping by SEPA will provide a clearer indication of surface water (also known as pluvial) flood risk in Scotland, says the agency.
By identifying and targeting water leakages quickly at a local level, a new tool developed by engineering consultancy HR Wallingford will seemingly assist water companies to deliver on their regulatory targets to reduce reported leakage levels.
The Water Jetting Training Academy in Poole, Dorset, is the first to provide a full range of facility-based training rather than rely on courses being delivered at client premises.
National drainage and wastewater specialist Lanes Group has achieved ISO 45001, the world's first global ISO standard for occupational health and safety.
Ofwat has written to all water companies in England and Wales calling on them to meet growing expectations about the use of storm overflows and signalling that further action is needed.