May,2012

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Through the Keyhole – Draining Problems for Facilities Managers

Article appeared in May edition of Premises and Facilities Management magazine When drainage goes wrong, the results can render business premises unusable. Aside from the odours and flooding which can make buildings with blocked drains and leaks deeply unpleasant places to be, problems with drainage can also cause environmental health hazards. In the long term, […]

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No-Dig and Pitch Fibre Pipes: A solution to a widespread problem

Article appeared in May edition of Water Active magazine Though they are buried deep underground, drainage pipes do not always lead an easy life. Ground movement and overloading can put them under great strain. Root ingress leads to punctures. Gardening and home improvement work can lead to cracks and fractures and as with most infrastructure, […]

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National Drainage Firm Unveils New Brand

UKDN Waterflow, the UK’s largest independent (non-franchised) specialist drainage contractor, has launched its new brand. The move comes after the business – formerly known as The UK Drainage Network Limited (UKDN) – acquired complementary firm Waterflow Group Limited and sees the two firms come together under a single nationwide identity. The acquisition in late 2011 […]

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No-Dig Technology – A Low Carbon, Low Disruption Solution for the Rail Sector

Article appeared in the February 2012 edition of Railway Strategies magazine One of the main challenges for the rail sector is that the state, type and indeed location of its drainage infrastructure can be very unpredictable. Scattergun growth, the different construction practices of multiple contractors and privatisation have all meant that that railway drainage is […]