United Utilities, the North West’s water company, has awarded more than £1.3m of funding to projects which will boost levels of sustainable drainage across Greater Manchester.
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People struggling with mental health issues on the west coast of Cumbria now have somewhere to go for support following the closure of Mind in West Cumbria last year.
Working together with farmers to create a more sustainable future for years to come
Here at United Utilities, we work with more than 1600 farmers across the region and when we apply a Catchment Systems Thinking Approach (CaST) we must think of the catchment holistically. CaST is a...View More on Working together with farmers to create a more sustainable future for years to come
Helping allotments in Manchester save water
We’d like to welcome you to Brighton Grove allotments! Would you believe this tranquil space is at heart of the city in south Manchester? The allotments are home to 90 gardeners who love to grow...View More on Helping allotments in Manchester save water
Meet FIDO, one of our Innovation Lab success stories
We’ve teamed up with FIDO to develop artificial intelligence capable of hunting leaks across their network of pipes. The cutting-edge AI platform and in field device uses rapid machine-learning ...View More on Meet FIDO, one of our Innovation Lab success stories
We did it! What a fantastic achievement to pick up the @ReviveOurRivers European River Prize at #IR22 for the Cumbrian Rivers Partnership https://t.co/WqCW1Ek23f