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International Safety Awards show H&S commitment

The 2014 International Safety Awards, judged by the British Safety Council, have just been announced and UKDN Waterflow has again won an award, clearly demonstrating our commitment to the health, safety and well-being of our workforce. The British Safety Council works with the winning organisations to share good practices and help publicise the benefits of […]

CEMARS accreditation demonstrates carbon leadership

UKDN Waterflow has achieved CEMARS global greenhouse gas accreditation, one of only about 200 organisations globally to have committed to and achieved accreditation. The CEMARS accreditation, which took six months to achieve, involved guidance from Achilles who provided the tools and confidence to measure UKDN Waterflow’s greenhouse gas footprint in accordance with ISO14064 -1. The journey started with robust emissions measurement […]

Ham Sewer project takes UKSTT Large Renovation Award 2014

UKDN Waterflow’s Ham sewer project was named best of the best at the United Kingdom Society for Trenchless Technology (UKSTT) 2014 awards. UKDN Waterflow scooped the ‘Large Renovation’ award for the unique strengthening project, which saw Crossrail Tunnel Boring Machines passing within 500mm of the Ham sewer, a major arterial pipe serving East London. Providing […]

Carbon Footprint squeezed with new low emission vans

The carbon footprint at UKDN Waterflow will be significantly reduced with the introduction of new low emission Ford Transit Custom to the fleet. The national water, wastewater, drainage and infrastructure specialist have set a target as a company to reduce its carbon footprint. It aims to reduce the footprint by 20% by 2017 and these new vehicles […]

If Facilities Managers are to become ‘more visible to customers’, great stakeholder management and proactive maintenance is key

UKDN Waterflow, the water, wastewater, drainage and infrastructure provider, believe great stakeholder management and proactive maintenance is key to a Facilities Managers success, after research published by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors suggested that Facilities Managers need to be more visible and transparent to customers and others linked to the organisation. Improving customer perception is […]

Mutant super rats and non return valves

National newspapers recently ran the shock headline ‘Mutant super rats immune to poison invade British homes’, highlighting hordes of brown rats escaping flooded drains across the south of England after storms unleashed torrential downpours on vast swathes of the country. Homeowners and businesses are right to be concerned about how they can deal with a potential rat […]

Tube modernisation sees specialist contractors named

£330million tube modernisation on the London Underground has seen 20 subcontractors and three consultants named after a major shake-up in the way it delivers station upgrade work, and UKDN Waterflow has been appointed one of the specialist subcontractors. Rail drainage UKDN WaterflowTube bosses are now working directly with subcontractors on the £330m tube modernisation plan over the […]

Piranha down your drain? That could be the least of your worries

The recent national headlines of piranha fish being found blocking drains in Telford, Shropshire has yet again highlighted the problems that can be caused through disposal of anything other than normal waste. UKDN Waterflow’s state of the art CCTV survey equipment is used around the country to locate and deal with such blockages. Operating colour […]

UKDN Waterflow New Midlands hub launch

Ribbon Cutting marks launch of new UKDN Waterflow midlands hub

UKDN Waterflow’s move to a new midlands hub to support business growth was celebrated today with a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by staff, directors and investors. Steve Shine OBE, UKDN Waterflow’s Executive Chairman, was on hand to perform the ceremony for the growing water, waste water and infrastructure company, whose customers include Sainsburys, Debenhams, Network […]

UKDN Waterflow’s new data centre helps protect business continuity

UKDN Waterflow has successfully moved all its IT systems to a new state-of-the-art facility in Portsmouth — a building that enables data to managed far more securely and efficiently. Previously, UKDN Waterflow’s old data centre was housed in-house, and reliant on a network of connectivity that provided a potential risk to business continuity. At about […]

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