News Roundup 16/11/2018: Has Our Drinking Water Changed?

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Has our drinking water changed? Where has the limescale gone? The long-running series in which readers answer other readers’ questions on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound scientific conceptsFor decades I’ve had to remove limescale deposits from our kettle, but recently I’ve noticed this is no longer necessary. Has the treatment of …

News Roundup 09/11/2018: Some of the Countries Leading on Climate Change Might Surprise You

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Some of the countries leading on climate change might surprise you | John Abraham Iran is tackling the potential water supply crisis exacerbated by climate changeOn climate change, countries that may not be thought of as climate leaders are emerging at the front-lines on responding to climate change.One great example is Iran. I have the …

News Roundup 26/09/2018: Washing Up Yourself is Good for the Soul

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This week in our news roundup, we have a couple of stories to update you with. Washing up yourself is good for the soul | Letters Readers Eric Banks, Clare Hay, Michael Robinson, and Frances Middletondiscuss the environmental and spiritual pros and cons of dishwashersI have to take issue with Jo Steranka (How you can …

What’s the Difference Between Plumbing and Drainage?

Becoming a homeowner for the first time can be a rewarding and exciting experience. However, there are many aspects of owning a home many of us do not consider, making it difficult to prepare for the unexpected. Although you may have prioritised getting Wi-Fi and stocking up the fridge, something really important to take care …

News Roundup 19/09/2018: 100 New Drinking Fountains for London

Check out the latest in drainage industry news below and let us keep you up to date with what’s been going on! Sadiq Khan announces 100 new drinking fountains for London Mayor’s plan builds on success of this year’s scheme to build 20 fountains across the capitalLondon could soon be awash with drinking fountains, with …

News Roundup 12/09/2018: Nationalising Britain’s Waters

This week in drainage news our team are keeping you up-to-date with the latest. Nationalising Britain’s water could make us the dirty man of Europe again | Angela Smith We should keep up standards and resist simplistic calls for state ownership that wouldn’t automatically clean up our waterThere has been much discussion about the potential …