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Yorkshire Water initiates 2030 roadmap to net zero

Yorkshire Water initiates 2030 roadmap to net zero: Yorkshire Water has revealed its policy to attain net zero by 2030. Along with the help of an energy efficiency scheme, the water utility vows to lower its electricity use within 28% by the close of the decade. It further aims to deploy as much as 120MW…
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Grit to be recyled and reused by Yorkshire Water and Biffa

Grit to be recyled and reused by Yorkshire Water and Biffa: A project has been put together by Yorkshire Water and Biffa who have joined forces to recycle the grit by-product of the water and wastewater treatment processes. Since April 2019, around 6.300 tonnes of grit has been processed into reusable material so instead of…
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Yorkshire Water pilot reducing leakage by 90k litres a day

Yorkshire Water pilot reducing leakage by 90k litres a day: There has been an reduction in leakage of more than 90,000 litres per day this is following the installation of almost 2,000 Yorkshire Water customer meters. This is part of Yorkshire Water’s smart water network pilot, which is testing the latest customer’s metering solutions of…
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Yorkshire Water use AI & IoT to lower wastewater pollution

Yorkshire Water use AI & IoT to lower wastewater pollution: Yorkshire Water is utilising technologies involving artificial intelligence (AI) & the Internet of Things (IoT) to reduce wastewater network blockages and pollution to improve the efficiency of its sewer network. It is working with the University of Sheffield and Siemens Digital Industries to create an…
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Yorkshire Water testing sewage for outbreaks of COVID-19

Yorkshire Water testing sewage for outbreaks of COVID-19: Yorkshire Water is testing sewage at 10 wastewater treatment plants throughout the region helping to analise possible new outbreaks of COVID-19. Within the sewage treated by the water company, the sampling work will look for & quantify COVID-19 markers as research currently indicated sections of genetic material…
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