The Water Cluster

NON-SME

  • Water

Contact
Katie Hiscock
01733 317417

info@thewatercluster.co.uk

Address
Allia Future Business Centre, London Road, PE2 8AN, Peterborough, United Kingdom

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Overview

Energy - Water Scale

Energy
Water
83

Sectors

  Industry Supersector Sector Subsector
1.
Utilities
Utilities
Gas, Water & Multi-utilities
Water

Activities

Circulation and storage
Piped supply

Areas of Interest

Aeration Equipment
Awareness Raising
Behavioural Change
Civil Contractor
Civil Engineering Consultancy
Coagulation
Communications and Media
Compressed Air
Data Networks
Dissolved Air Flotation Systems
Domestic supplies
Dosing
Education & Training
Electrical Controls
Energy Efficiency
Energy Monitoring
Energy-Water Nexus
Engagement
Events
Filters
Flood Risk Management
Flooding
Flow Monitoring
Grey water
Hydrological Consultancy
International Development
IT
Leakage Solutions
Measurement & Monitoring
Membranes
Metering
Non-domestic Supplies
Odour Control
Physical Conditioners
Pipes & Pipelines
Pollution Detection
Pollution Mitigation
Process Equipment
Pumps
Radio Communication
Recycling & Re-use
Regulation
Remote Asset Monitoring
Research & Development
Retrofitting
Reverse Osmosis
Risk Management
Screens
Sewer & CSO Monitoring
Sludge Handling & Treatment
Smart Sensors
Software
SUDs (Sustainable Drainage Systems)
Surveying Instruments
Sustainability
Sustainable Water Use
Tanks-Storage Vessels
Telemetry
Ultrafiltration Systems
Ultraviolet Radiation
Valves-Penstocks
Wastewater Treatment
Water Efficiency
Water Quality
Water Storage
Water Supply

Case Studies

Scottish Water creates renewable energy in the water industry

23 Jun 2016

Scottish Water has developed 10 hydro-turbine schemes (with 23 more in development) using Difgen technologies to take a gigantic step towards creating substantial amounts of renewable energy. The...

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Thames Water ‘market leader’ in creation of renewable energy from sewage

23 Jun 2016

Thames Water do not just provide water for 9 million people in and around London but also recycle the wastewater of around 14 million people. This sewage has a very large potential for creating...

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Drip irrigation saves energy and water

23 Jun 2016

It’s quite well known that agriculture uses more freshwater, by far, than any other industry in the world (around 70%) with the majority of this used for irrigation. With around 50% of irrigation...

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PepsiCo – Boosting water supplies in potato factories

23 Jun 2016

Did you know that a potato is 75% water? No? Interestingly, PepsiCo the owners of the crisp brand Lays/Walkers, are testing a new technology to capture some of the water that is lost in the crisp...

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Transporting Water – increasing energy efficiency

23 Jun 2016

The transportation of water is one of the most energy intensive processes within the water industry. This is mainly due to the motors that pump water from its source (e.g. Reservoirs) to treatment...

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Crowd Sourcing to reduce water footprints – Unilever

23 Jun 2016

Unilever is one of the largest consumer goods companies in the world, with 2 billion people using at least one of its products every day, across its 400 different brands. Therefore their...

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Aerated shower heads – a way to save water?

23 Jun 2016

The average shower uses 12-16 litres of water every minute. Although this means a five minute shower will generally use less water than a bath, reducing the amount of water that is used whilst...

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Pentland Firth tidal energy turbines given the go ahead

23 Jun 2016

The government has given permission for Meygen Ltd to place tidal turbines at Pentland Firth in the Scottish highlands. The project, which will produce energy from some of the most powerful...

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Rachio’s smart sprinklers to increase water efficiency

23 Jun 2016

With irrigation accounting for around 70% of freshwater use globally, much has been made about how inefficient traditional irrigation methods are and how it wastes freshwater. However, American...

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Hydroponic systems – a way to save water

23 Jun 2016

Decreasing the amount of water that is used during the irrigation of crops is a top priority for governments and farmers around the world, reducing the 70% of water used for this practice will...

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