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Thames Water to improve water supply to Didcot housing estate

Thames Water will carry out a £15,000 project to improve the water supply to residents of a housing estate in Didcot.

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£20 million London sewer upgrade wins top construction award

Thames Water has won a top engineering award for an innovative £20 million upgrade of a Victorian sewer in central London.

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Thames Water uses man’s best friend to sniff out leaks

You may be more familiar with seeing sniffer dogs at airports or police stations, but Thames Water is now putting the creatures’ famous sense of smell to use in the battle against leaks.

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Wet wipe ruling welcomed as another huge mass pulled form sewers

Thames Water has welcomed a ruling saying wet wipe manufacturers need to be clearer when they are marketing their products as flushable.

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Heroic Thames Water workers save deaf cat trapped in storm tank

This is the moment a deaf cat was rescued on a Thames Water site after getting trapped in a disused storm tank.

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Customers getting money off bills hits six-figure landmark

More than 100,000 Thames Water customers are now getting money off their bills as part of a drive to help those living in vulnerable circumstances.

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Urban warfare exercise held at Swindon sewage works

More than 100 soldiers have been taking part in a major urban warfare exercise at Swindon Sewage Works.

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Wildlife haven built on Thames Water land bags environmental award

An autism school’s garden built a piece of land owned by Thames Water has won a national biodiversity award.

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Armed Forces Covenant signed

Thames Water has joined other leading energy and utilities employers in signing the Armed Forces Covenant which shows support for serving military, including Reserves, service leavers, veterans, and their families as well as attracting and recruiting ex-military personnel into the sector.

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Manhole cover marks 50 years of Beatles' Abbey Road

The 50-year-old Beatles album, Abbey Road, has been immortalised in iron thanks to a partnership between Thames Water and Wrekin Products.

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Victorian bridge parts preserved

Part of London’s industrial past has been preserved by Britain’s biggest water company after being upcycled into a unique picnic table and benches weighing almost two tonnes.

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Friday the 13th charity skydive

Fifteen Thames Water daredevils didn’t let a little date like Friday the 13th of September stop them jumping out of a plane at 10,000ft to raise money for six Swindon charities.

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