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CEMARS accreditation will reinforce green commitment at UKDN Waterflow

UKDN Waterflow has announced their commitment to achieving CEMARS global greenhouse gas accreditation. The accreditation, which will take six months to achieve, will involve guidance from Achilles who will provide the tools and confidence to measure a greenhouse gas footprint in accordance with ISO14064 -1. The journey starts with robust emissions measurement through to credible […]

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Thames Water SDAC work rewarded

UKDN Waterflows’s Infrastructure Solutions Managing Director Nick Reilly and James Eldred, Sewer Drainage Area Catchment (SDAC) Project Manager recently attended a supply chain conference hosted by Thames Water’s joint venture contractor Optimise.   At the event a presentation regarding the asset mapping and management work in East London and rehabilitation work was followed by the […]

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First time right quality drive rewarded

Getting things done effectively across the whole UKDN Waterflow operation is critical to our success.   Having a 100% first time right mentality avoids costly revisits to sites, resubmissions, and issues which could result in incidents. Some companies talk about zero harm and no accidents, which we support, but in addition we are increasing the […]

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UKDN Waterflow Dragons raise £2000

The UKDN Waterflow Dragon boat crew did spectacularly well on their first outing at the event at Bewl Water in Kent this Autumn. It was a great family day out with vocal support from around 60 fellow colleagues, family and friends. The twenty Dragonistas won all of their three heats and overall came 10th out […]

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UKDN Waterflow – The fourth emergency service?

When UKDN Waterflow Engineer Shane Coxhead stopped to drop off supplies to Ben Nightingale and Gary Alfrey, who were attending a site to excavate and replace a gully for an insurer client at a Norfolk house, they never realised the heroic afternoon it was going to turn out to be. The householder was alone in […]