Ductile iron has long been used in sulphuric acid pipeline construction but the industry is now turning to alloys for a range of different reasons
One fifth of the UK’s population consumes water which has passed through asbestos cement pipe – but what impact does it have on water quality?
The wonderful world of the pipe bridge – what they do, how they work and what happens when these vast and important structures require repair?
UV light offers a cost-effective, environmentally friendly and non-toxic alternative to chemicals such as chlorine in the water filter and treatment process
A reservoir supplies and conserves water, protects the environment, and offers reaction to humans – here are the five biggest in the UK
Prestressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe (PCCP) combines the compressive strength of concrete with the tensile strength of steel to create large diameter pipes
Researchers have discovered a link between wildfires, the heating up of plastic pipes and the leeching of dangerous chemicals into drinking water
Five facts about the UK water supply network whose pipes, mains, sewers and treatment plants provide some of the best tap water in the world
Everyone knows what oil is and most of us are aware of what oil wells look like, but how many of us actually know how they work?
Biomass supplies 70 percent of the world’s renewable energy and 10 percent of overall power, although some forms of biomass are not without controversy