Six east Anglian communities have been chosen as part of a £6.4m flood prevention project. Reclaim the Rain is an initiative run by Norfolk and Suffolk county councils. The project is designed to manage risks from flooding and droughts by developing flood water reuse schemes for communities. The scheme will store flood water and make it available for agriculture, industry, communities […]

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The BBC has reported that a water company plans to create 26 new wetlands across the East of England to help improve river water quality. Anglian Water, which admitted dumping sewage in the River Stour 389 times last year, said the scheme would help protect rivers and chalk stream habitats. The project follows a pilot set up […]

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A water monitoring system developed in a collaboration between University of Birmingham researchers and Proteus Instruments, that remotely measures the quality of water in rivers, lakes and reservoirs, has resulted in a Queens Award for Enterprise (Innovation) for the company. The technology resulted from a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with researchers Kieran Khamis, Chris Bradley and David Hannah from […]

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