UKDN Waterflow are partnering New Civil Engineer’s Tunnelling 2013 Conference in London on the 27th November 2013. And customers of UKDN Waterflow will be able to benefit from a 25% reduction in delegate tickets for the event.
Thames Water recently reported finding the biggest fatberg in the country, the size of a bus, within drains in Kingston, Surrey. But UKDN Waterflow’s Gary Webb says it’s not these huge fatbergs that should be concerning home and business owners; it’s the smaller fatbergs forming in sewers underneath property for which they are liable for.
UKDN Waterflow, one of the largest independent providers of specialist drainage solutions, has announced changes to its top team as part of plans to build and enhance its service delivery, and take the group to new markets and greater heights. The company, which rebranded in 2012 from the UK Drainage Network to UKDN Waterflow after […]
UKDN Waterflow’s Bexleyheath base came to the aid of a Kent school this week to install much needed water fountains into the playground. With kids wilting at playtime in 30+ degree heat the team came to the rescue, installing a number of fountains in the Bexleyheath school.
UKDN Waterflow continues to achieve the highest standard in occupational safety and health and been recognised with a gold award in a scheme run by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). The Gold award has been presented as part of the RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards 2013. Safety is a […]
UKDN Waterflow, the UK’s largest independent drainage provider, has taken delivery of a next generation 26-tonne Huwer Combination Unit-26T with Easy Recycling jet vac unit that will set the new drainage standard within the UK. The vehicle, supplied by specialist jet vac supplier Huwer, was recently shipped over from France and is one of a […]
UKDN Waterflow Project Engineer James Larkin, recently crowned ‘Young Engineer of the Year’ at the prestigious UKSTT 2013 awards, picked up a £2000 development award to further his industry knowledge from Russell Fairhurst, Chairman of the UKSTT. The UKSTT awards recognise the outstanding contributions made by organisations and individuals to the promotion, use and development […]
UKDN Waterflow were called to deal with a blocked WC at Prime Minister David Cameron’s home at 10 Downing Street recently.
Rail Drainage specialist UKDN Waterflow carried out some technically very difficult sewer renovation projects for Thames Water and Crossrail during 2012. The successful completion of these important and challenging jobs received industry recognition by winning two awards from the UK Society for Trenchless Technology (UKSTT)
UKDN Waterflow has successfully achieved OHSAS 18001 Certification (Health and Safety Standards) for its drainage operations. This certification completes the accreditation for the company’s existing ISO standards, integrating with the principles of ISO 9001 (Quality Standards) and ISO 14001 (Environmental Standards).