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Thames Water Utilities Ltd, known as Thames Water, is the private utility company responsible for the public water supply and waste water treatment in large parts of Greater London, the Thames Valley, Surrey, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Kent, and some other areas of the United Kingdom. Thames Water is the UK's largest water and wastewater services company, and supplies 2.6 gigalitres of drinking water per day, and treats 4.4 gigalitres of wastewater per day. Thames Water's 15 million customers comprise 27% of the UK population.Thames Water is responsible for a range of water management infrastructure projects including: the Thames Water Ring Main around London; Europe's largest wastewater treatment works and the UK's first large-scale desalination plant. Infrastructure proposals by the company include the proposed £4.2 billion London Tideway Tunnels, and the proposed reservoir at Abingdon, Oxfordshire, which would be the largest enclosed or bunded reservoir in the UK.Thames Water is regulated under the Water Industry Act 1991 and is owned by Kemble Water Holdings Ltd, a consortium formed in late 2006 by Australian-based Macquarie Group's European Infrastructure Funds specifically for the purpose of purchasing Thames Water. Other large shareholders in recent years include: BT Pension Scheme , the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and the China Investment Corporation . The name of the company reflects its role providing water to the drainage basin of the River Thames and not the source of its water, which is taken from a range of rivers and boreholes. Wikipedia.


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Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP | Phase: ENV.2013.WATER INNO&DEMO-1 | Award Amount: 10.50M | Year: 2014

The ability of Europes communities to respond to increasing water stress by taking advantage of water reuse opportunities is restricted by low public confidence in solutions, inconsistent approaches to evaluating costs and benefits of reuse schemes, and poor coordination of the professionals and organisations who design, implement and manage them. The DEMOWARE initiative will rectify these shortcomings by executing a highly collaborative programme of demonstration and exploitation, using nine existing and one greenfield site to stimulate innovation and improve cohesion within the evolving European water reuse sector. The project is guided by SME & industry priorities and has two central ambitions; to enhance the availability and reliability of innovative water reuse solutions, and to create a unified professional identity for the European Water Reuse sector. By deepening the evidence base around treatment processes and reuse scheme operation (WP1), process monitoring and performance control (WP2), and risk management and environmental benefit analysis (WP3) DEMOWARE will improve both operator and public confidence in reuse schemes. It will also advance the quality and usefulness of business models and pricing strategies (WP4) and generate culturally and regulatory regime specific guidance on appropriate governance and stakeholder collaboration processes (WP5). Project outcomes will guide the development of a live in-development water reuse scheme in the Vende (WP6). Dissemination (WP7) and exploitation (WP8) activities, including the establishment of a European Water Reuse Association, ensure that DEMOWARE will shape market opportunities for European solution providers and provide an environment for the validation and benchmarking of technologies and tools. Ultimately the DEMOWARE outcomes will increase Europes ability to profit from the resource security and economic benefits of water reuse schemes without compromising human health and environmental integrity.


Thomas P.,Thames Water Utilities
Water and Environment Journal | Year: 2011

Domestic food waste disposers (FWDs) have recently come to prominence as a possible alternative for disposal of organic waste, to reduce the quantities of this type of waste sent to landfill. There has been little research undertaken on the potential effects of food waste on the wastewater system, and it is believed no previous practical studies have been undertaken in the United Kingdom. In this study, food waste was ground in an FWD and analysed for chemical oxygen demand (COD), biological oxygen demand (BOD), ammonia, total nitrogen, total phosphorus, total suspended solids and rapidly settleable solids to determine their effects on the wastewater system. The largest impacts were on COD, BOD and suspended solids, compared with the amounts of these determinands that currently arrive at sewage treatment works (STW). Experiments using settled samples showed that a relatively high proportion of nitrogen, phosphorus, COD and BOD would pass through to secondary treatment at the STW. © 2010 Thames Water Utilities Limited. Water and Environment Journal © 2010 CIWEM.


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Agency: GTR | Branch: Innovate UK | Program: | Phase: Feasibility Study | Award Amount: 24.38K | Year: 2013

UK and European wastewater industries are struggling to identify and install the technology necessary to meet the ever more stringent demands placed on them through legislation. Such regulations are demanding they produce effluents with lower nutrient contents whilst reducing the energy use of their processes at the same time. Microalgae if used properly can treat these wastewaters in an efficient cost effective manner, but in order to do this at industrial scales a significant step forward in photobioreactor design and conditions is needed especially if the system is to be operated in temperate climates such as Northern Europe. Industrial Phycology has designed a system using the latest methods and technology to meet this challenge, and allow industry to produce effluents that will meet current and future regulations and help prevent eutrophication of the environment.


Grant
Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP | Phase: ICT-2013.6.3 | Award Amount: 3.61M | Year: 2014

Urban water use is highly dynamic, variable over time and space, and is expected to constantly increase in the coming years both in Europe and worldwide. Expanding existing infrastructures to access farther or deeper water resources might be one option, but the economic and energy costs could be unsustainably high. There is a need for water demand management strategies (incentives, water pricing, awareness campaigns) to be efficient and sustainable technically, economically, and socially. Yet, individual and collective behavioural response to specific water conservation policies might significantly vary with economic drivers as well as socio-psychological determinants within the same urban context.The SmartH2O project aims at providing water utilities, the municipalities, and citizens, with an ICT enabled platform to design, develop and implement better water demand management policies, which are based on a shared understanding and motivation by the water users, thus leading to a reduction in water consumption, while not compromising the quality of life.SmartH2O builds a bi-directional communication stream between citizens and the water utility: in one direction, user behavioural data are collected through smart meters and an online social participation application (social game); in the other, awareness campaigns and price signals are delivered through the same app to inform the users on how to save water and money.SmartH2O will be tested in two real world cases: in the United Kingdom (in the London area), and in Switzerland (in Canton Ticino). In these two exemplary cases, the SmartH2O project will enable a constructive and continuous interaction between citizens and water utilities in the management of our most precious resource: water.


Grant
Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP | Phase: ENV.2013.WATER INNO&DEMO-1 | Award Amount: 10.04M | Year: 2014

European water utilities face many problems related to their 3,5 million kms of distribution networks. Large parts of water distribution networks have to be rehabilitated requiring investments of 20 billion/year. Prioritization and optimization of investments is needed urgently. In many countries, water quality needs improvement in order to reduce health risks and resources for water production and distribution must be used more efficiently. The European Innovation Partnership on Water has established priority areas related to the challenges in water supply distribution networks, focusing on resource efficiency, Smart Water Management and decision support systems. Although the technology components for Smart Water Management are available, the route to application is still uncertain. The main hurdles are: lack of integrated and open solutions; difficulty to comply with user and integration requirements; lack of clear and validated business cases for solutions; lack of business intelligence awareness and lack of political and regulatory support. Project aims 1) To integrate and demonstrate 12 innovative solutions 2) To demonstrate 4 integrated solutions 3) To establish and guard integration and standardisation aspects 4) To establish business cases, deployment potential and market uptake routes Solution This project will overcome the hurdles by developing and demonstrating in 4 important Smart Water Management themes (water quality management, leak management, energy optimization and customer interaction). 12 innovative theme oriented solutions and 4 integrated (technological, financial, ICT, organisation, management) solutions will be demonstrated at 4 well-scaled and real-life demonstration sites in France, United Kingdom, Spain and The Netherlands. These solutions will be tested, validated and evaluated and business cases will be generated. Consortium 12 innovative SMEs, 3 water utilities, 3 research institutes, 1 company and 2 platform organisations.


Grant
Agency: GTR | Branch: EPSRC | Program: | Phase: Training Grant | Award Amount: 3.68M | Year: 2014

The UK water sector is experiencing a period of profound change with both public and private sector actors seeking evidence-based responses to a host of emerging global, regional and national challenges which are driven by demographic, climatic, and land use changes as well as regulatory pressures for more efficient delivery of services. Although the UK Water Industry is keen to embrace the challenge and well placed to innovate, it lacks the financial resources to support longer term skills and knowledge generation. A new cadre of engineers is required for the water industry to not only make our society more sustainable and profitable but to develop a new suite of goods and services for a rapidly urbanising world. EPSRC Centres for Doctoral Training provide an ideal mechanism with which to remediate the emerging shortfall in advanced engineering skills within the sector. In particular, the training of next-generation engineering leaders for the sector requires a subtle balance between industrial and academic contributions; calling for a funding mechanism which privileges industrial need but provides for significant academic inputs to training and research. The STREAM initiative draws together five of the UKs leading water research and training groups to secure the future supply of advanced engineering professionals in this area of vital importance to the UK. Led by the Centre for Water Science at Cranfield University, the consortium also draws on expertise from the Universities of Sheffield and Bradford, Imperial College London, Newcastle University, and the University of Exeter. STREAM offers Engineering Doctorate and PhD awards through a programme which incorporates; (i) acquisition of advanced technical skills through attendance at masters level training courses, (ii) tuition in the competencies and abilities expected of senior engineers, and (iii) doctoral level research projects. Our EngD students spend at least 75% of their time working in industry or on industry specified research problems. Example research topics to be addressed by the schemes students include; delivering drinking water quality and protecting public health; reducing carbon footprint; reducing water demand; improving service resilience and reliability; protecting natural water bodies; reducing sewer flooding, developing and implementing strategies for Integrated Water Management, and delivering new approaches to characterising, communicating and mitigating risk and uncertainty. Fifteen studentships per year for five years will be offered with each position being sponsored by an industrial partner from the water sector. A series of common attendance events will underpin programme and group identity. These include, (i) an initial three-month taught programme based at Cranfield University, (ii) an open invitation STREAM symposium and (iii) a Challenge Week to take place each summer including transferrable skills training and guest lectures from leading industrialists and scientists. Outreach activities will extend participation in the programme, pursue collaboration with associated initiatives, promote brand awareness of the EngD qualification, and engage with a wide range of stakeholder groups (including the public) to promote engagement with and understanding of STREAM activities. Strategic direction for the programme will be formulated through an Industry Advisory Board comprising representatives from professional bodies, employers, and regulators. This body will provide strategic guidance informed by sector needs, review the operational aspects of the taught and research components as a quality control, and conduct foresight studies of relevant research areas. A small International Steering Committee will ensure global relevance for the programme. The total cost of the STREAM programme is £9m, £2.8m of which is being invested by industry and £1.8m by the five collaborating universities. Just under £4.4m is being requested from EPSRC


News Article | March 7, 2015
Site: www.thameswater.co.uk

The Graduate WaterAid event, BanglaDASH has kicked off this month which is pretty exciting! Basically, employees have to get into teams of five and try to clock up as many miles as possible by human power – our aim as a company is to travel the 6,000 miles from Clearwater Court to Bangladesh. Apart from raising money for a great cause, the idea is that it encourages good health and team building. It's been a real challenge getting the event up and running; it's difficult to get the message out to all the sites about what we are doing, fit the planning around our day jobs and get people to give us things for free! I think it has tested my relationship with the other graduates too! It's been a great opportunity to get to know other departments such as catering, finance, security and communications and we even had the chance to make a promotional video (check it out) It's early days, but so far we have raised around £1,000. My role is morphing slightly over the next few months and fortunately I was enrolled on a few training courses to help me get to grips with it. ‘Understanding Environmental Law’ was one of them – OK it doesn’t sound like the most thrilling topic in the world but in our industry it's vital that we comply or we could get in big trouble! I've also had some training on how to investigate pollution incidents and drill down to the root cause. I expect to be heavily involved in pollution incident learning over the next few months which I am looking forward to. I hope that it will help me gain a deeper understanding how our works/networks operate and the common problems we have. Thames Water delivers an activity called ‘Network Challenge’ in schools to encourage students to develop skills such as communication, team work and problem solving. I went along to support in a school in Reading, I quite enjoyed getting back into the classroom as I used to be a teacher but I’m pretty happy to have escaped! It got pretty messy when they were testing their networks! I had my first set of results back from HNC and very pleased to say I passed! Another two essays are looming; I will probably complete them over the Easter break. At least I will have plenty of chocolate to keep me going!


News Article | February 15, 2017
Site: www.businesswire.com

DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE:JEC) has been selected by Thames Water Utilities Limited in the United Kingdom to provide engineering and environmental consultancy services for the remainder of its existing Asset Management Program (AMP6) operating until 2020. The framework also has options to extend to the end of AMP8 in 2030. Under the framework agreement, Jacobs’ engineering scope extends across all asset areas and includes identifying, defining and validating needs; providing feasibility studies; identifying operational and delivery efficiencies; preliminary and detailed design; and project management across all engineering disciplines. The environmental scope includes strategic planning for drought and water resources management; outcomes and performance commitments measurement and optimization; odour and environmental impact assessments; ecological surveys; flow monitoring; water quality sampling; and project management. Both areas of work include providing support to Thames Water as it interfaces with regulators and stakeholders. “We are delighted to be supporting Thames Water with their priorities for enhancing service to customers, underpinned by responsible environmental management,” said Jacobs Senior Vice President Buildings and Infrastructure Bob Duff. “We are well positioned to leverage our global water resources expertise to help deliver sustainable, pragmatic solutions, particularly as Thames Water moves towards future planning cycles.” Thames Water is the UK's largest water and wastewater services provider, supplying around 2,600 million liters of drinking water a day, and serving 15 million wastewater customers across London and the Thames Valley. An investment of £4 billion ($5 billion) between 2015 and 2020 is planned across its asset base to improve customer service. Jacobs provides professional services to its clients’ water, wastewater, and flood control challenges across the world. Support ranges from advice on regulatory requirements, energy and utility master planning, water and waste treatment, reuse and networks, irrigation, dams and reservoirs, and more. Jacobs is one of the world’s largest and most diverse providers of full-spectrum technical, professional and construction services for industrial, commercial and government organizations globally. The company employs 54,000 people and operates in more than 25 countries around the world. For more information, visit www.jacobs.com. Statements made in this release that are not based on historical fact are forward-looking statements. We base these forward-looking statements on management’s current estimates and expectations as well as currently available competitive, financial and economic data. Forward-looking statements, however, are inherently uncertain. There are a variety of factors that could cause business results to differ materially from our forward-looking statements. For a description of some of the factors which may occur that could cause actual results to differ from our forward-looking statements please refer to our Form 10-K for the year ended September 30, 2016, and in particular the discussions contained under Items 1 - Business, 1A - Risk Factors, 3 - Legal Proceedings, and 7 - Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations. We do not undertake to update any forward-looking statements made herein.


LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / February 16, 2017 / Active Wall St. blog coverage looks at the headline from Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE: JEC) as the Company announced on February 15, 2017, that it had won a Property Management Contract from UK's Manchester City Council (MCC). The five-year contract is for providing property management and professional services at Manchester, UK. The contract will be under the purview of MCC's Strategic Development Directorate (SDD). Register with us now for your free membership and blog access at: One of Jacobs Engineering Group's competitors within the Technical Services space, AECOM (NYSE: ACM), reported Q1 FY17 results on February 07, 2017. AWS will be initiating a research report on AECOM in the coming days. Today, AWS is promoting its blog coverage on JEC; touching on ACM. Get all of our free blog coverage and more by clicking on the links below: MCC is the local government authority for Manchester, a city and metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester, UK. MCC is planning to promote Manchester as a world class, vibrant, economic and cultural center and has set up the SDD. The SDD will help MCC in this mission and set the ball rolling to transform Manchester and boost its economic growth. Commenting on the new contract from MCC, Jacobs Senior Vice President Buildings and Infrastructure Bob Duff said: "We look forward to continuing to work closely with Manchester City Council and its Strategic Development Directorate, discovering ways to help deliver key objectives for its property portfolio more efficiently. We have a thorough understanding of MCC's portfolio, and this contract represents an important step in supporting the city's efforts to generate critical income." "Jacobs submitted a high quality and competitive tender, and we are looking forward to developing our relationship with their team in what will be an exciting but challenging period for the Council." Jacobs' role is to help MCC in revenue generation through rental income, capital appreciation and capital receipts. The revenue so generated will help MCC to improve various services to the city. The entire project will be handled by Jacobs' Manchester office. The various responsibilities assigned to Jacobs under the contract includes: Management of MCC's investment estates; Professional and technical services - asset valuations, acquisitions, disposals and investment reports; Rent reviews, leases and associated support Place-making and regeneration recommendations (creating new urban spaces by reuse abandoned and empty property); Planned preventative maintenance to increase lettability (ability to be leased out) and improve tenant retention; High-quality rating advice; Access to planning, remediation (cleaning up and repair), and infrastructure services. The contract comes with a two-year extension clause. However, the financial details were not disclosed by the Company. Dallas, Texas based Jacobs was founded in 1947 is one of the largest construction services and consulting Companies in the world. Its services include all aspects of architecture, engineering and construction, operations and maintenance, as well as scientific and specialty consulting. Its operations are spread across over 230 locations across the globe and has an employee strength of over 54,000 people across these locations. Its revenues for FY2016 was nearly $11 billion. In UK, Jacobs has already worked on a number of projects including roads, rail, water, aviation, oil and gas, refining, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, power, nuclear, defense, and buildings. It employs more than 7,000 professional and technical practitioners in UK and currently has more than 900 trainee graduates, technicians, and apprentices. Some of the recent contracts the Jacobs has won in the UK in February 2017 include the following: Contract from the Thames Water Utilities Limited, UK, for providing engineering and environmental consultancy support until 2020; A two-year contract by Transport for London to provide integrated impact assessment services for the revised London Mayor's Transport Strategy. On Wednesday, February 15, 2017, the stock closed the trading session at $58.32, climbing 1.37% from its previous closing price of $57.53. A total volume of 1.15 million shares have exchanged hands, which was higher than the 3-month average volume of 1.05 million shares. Jacobs Engineering Group's stock price advanced 8.62% in the past six months, and 51.76% in the previous twelve months. Furthermore, since the start of the year, shares of the Company have gained 2.32%. The stock is trading at a PE ratio of 31.52 and has a dividend yield of 1.03%. 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If you're a company we are covering and wish to no longer feature on our coverage list contact us via email and/or phone between 09:30 EDT to 16:00 EDT from Monday to Friday at: CFA® and Chartered Financial Analyst® are registered trademarks owned by CFA Institute. LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / February 16, 2017 / Active Wall St. blog coverage looks at the headline from Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE: JEC) as the Company announced on February 15, 2017, that it had won a Property Management Contract from UK's Manchester City Council (MCC). The five-year contract is for providing property management and professional services at Manchester, UK. The contract will be under the purview of MCC's Strategic Development Directorate (SDD). Register with us now for your free membership and blog access at: One of Jacobs Engineering Group's competitors within the Technical Services space, AECOM (NYSE: ACM), reported Q1 FY17 results on February 07, 2017. AWS will be initiating a research report on AECOM in the coming days. Today, AWS is promoting its blog coverage on JEC; touching on ACM. Get all of our free blog coverage and more by clicking on the links below: MCC is the local government authority for Manchester, a city and metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester, UK. MCC is planning to promote Manchester as a world class, vibrant, economic and cultural center and has set up the SDD. The SDD will help MCC in this mission and set the ball rolling to transform Manchester and boost its economic growth. Commenting on the new contract from MCC, Jacobs Senior Vice President Buildings and Infrastructure Bob Duff said: "We look forward to continuing to work closely with Manchester City Council and its Strategic Development Directorate, discovering ways to help deliver key objectives for its property portfolio more efficiently. We have a thorough understanding of MCC's portfolio, and this contract represents an important step in supporting the city's efforts to generate critical income." "Jacobs submitted a high quality and competitive tender, and we are looking forward to developing our relationship with their team in what will be an exciting but challenging period for the Council." Jacobs' role is to help MCC in revenue generation through rental income, capital appreciation and capital receipts. The revenue so generated will help MCC to improve various services to the city. The entire project will be handled by Jacobs' Manchester office. The various responsibilities assigned to Jacobs under the contract includes: Management of MCC's investment estates; Professional and technical services - asset valuations, acquisitions, disposals and investment reports; Rent reviews, leases and associated support Place-making and regeneration recommendations (creating new urban spaces by reuse abandoned and empty property); Planned preventative maintenance to increase lettability (ability to be leased out) and improve tenant retention; High-quality rating advice; Access to planning, remediation (cleaning up and repair), and infrastructure services. The contract comes with a two-year extension clause. However, the financial details were not disclosed by the Company. Dallas, Texas based Jacobs was founded in 1947 is one of the largest construction services and consulting Companies in the world. Its services include all aspects of architecture, engineering and construction, operations and maintenance, as well as scientific and specialty consulting. Its operations are spread across over 230 locations across the globe and has an employee strength of over 54,000 people across these locations. Its revenues for FY2016 was nearly $11 billion. In UK, Jacobs has already worked on a number of projects including roads, rail, water, aviation, oil and gas, refining, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, power, nuclear, defense, and buildings. It employs more than 7,000 professional and technical practitioners in UK and currently has more than 900 trainee graduates, technicians, and apprentices. Some of the recent contracts the Jacobs has won in the UK in February 2017 include the following: Contract from the Thames Water Utilities Limited, UK, for providing engineering and environmental consultancy support until 2020; A two-year contract by Transport for London to provide integrated impact assessment services for the revised London Mayor's Transport Strategy. On Wednesday, February 15, 2017, the stock closed the trading session at $58.32, climbing 1.37% from its previous closing price of $57.53. A total volume of 1.15 million shares have exchanged hands, which was higher than the 3-month average volume of 1.05 million shares. Jacobs Engineering Group's stock price advanced 8.62% in the past six months, and 51.76% in the previous twelve months. Furthermore, since the start of the year, shares of the Company have gained 2.32%. The stock is trading at a PE ratio of 31.52 and has a dividend yield of 1.03%. 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