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Grid-connected project makes waves for tidal power in Wales

WALES’ first full-scale tidal energy generator was unveiled on 7 August at Pembroke Port by The First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones. The DeltaStream device …

Tracking pollution hot spots with continuous measurement

SITUATED in the south west of Wales, in a largely rural area bordering the Brecon Beacons, Carmarthenshire’s air quality is predominantly good. However, …

Unlock the block – Welsh water campaign

WELSH Water has launched a year-long campaign to encourage the public to help reduce the risk of pollution and sewage flooding. Blocked sewers are described as …

Second time around

THE second CIWM conference for the Welsh waste and resource management sector will be held in Cardiff on March 6. The event, featuring John Griffiths, Welsh …

Wales is poised for £1bn spend on infrastructure

Extra investment for fast-track projects WELSH Water is to spend £1 billion over the next three years on a range of infrastructure projects including schemes …

It’s a deal

SCOTTISH firm Panton McLeod has won a three-year framework contract with Welsh Water for traditional ‘drain-down’ activities of inspection, cleaning and …

Two into one wind inquiry

A joint public inquiry is to be held after a council objected to applications for onshore wind farms in mid-Wales. The applications are from Vattenfall for the …




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