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Disabled jobseekers gain valuable interview experience at Thames Water

Thames Water hosted a major event for people with disabilities and long-term health conditions to help them brush up on essential skills needed for the workplace.

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Thames Water bags business award after encouraging students to pursue careers in engineering

Thames Water has been honoured by a Dartford college for going above and beyond to support the engineers of the future.

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Thames Water Utilities Limited consolidated interim results: April to Sept 2019

Summary of Thames Water Utilities Ltd consolidated interim results April to September 2019

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Long-lost air raid shelter found by London leak detectives

One of the “best-preserved” air raid shelters ever found has been uncovered by Thames Water during its work to tackle leaks in London.

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Thames Water staff dig in to plant new trees across company’s sites

Eco-friendly teams at Thames Water celebrated National Tree Week by planting dozens of saplings and foliage at the company’s sites across the region.

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Mental health strategy wins Thames Water top award

Thames Water’s work to support its employees with their mental health has been recognised with a major national award.

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Thames Water sewage works premieres new planter which protects sewers from flooding

A specially-designed planter which captures and stores rainwater before slowly releasing it in to sewers has been debuted at a Thames Water sewage treatment works.

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Walthamstow Wetlands wins top UK tourism award

Walthamstow Wetlands, which has attracted 700,000 visitors since opening two years ago, has been named the ‘Best UK and Ireland Tourism Project’ by the British Guild of Travel Writers.

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Big flush or little flush? Confusion over which button saves water when we flush the loo

On World Toilet Day, Thames Water is setting the record straight on which button to press on dual flush loos.

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25 years old - Thames Water's London Ring Main

Thames Water celebrates the 25th anniversary of a major feat of engineering which secures water supplies to millions of Londoners.

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Deadly COBRA found at sewage works

A fearless Thames Water engineer rescued a deadly metre-long COBRA which had slithered into Basingstoke Sewage Works.

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Londoners on the lookout for dragonflies after rare breed spotted at Thames Water nature reserve

Nature enthusiasts in London are being urged to sign up to a Thames Water-backed project to locate and record dragonflies in the capital.

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