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Who's paying most for water bills in Britain?

Who's paying most for water bills in Britain? 0

There are big differences in the amount you are likely to pay to your water utilities depending on where you live in the UK. That’s according to a new infographic by rainwater harvesting company Freeflush Rainwater Harvesting who have brought together the average yearly cost for different regions and colour coded them into a useful map.
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Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems - let's start here...

Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems - let's start here... 0

As we have all noticed our weather is changing, and not for the better. Wetter summers and milder winters are leading to an overall increased annual rainfall. In many cases this excess water has nowhere to go, particularly in urban areas; this is where Sustainable urban drainage systems (SUDS) come in.
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Selling Rainwater to the British: Freeflush Rainwater Harvesting acquires The Original Wall Mounted Water Butt Company 0

Freeflush Rainwater Harvesting Ltd recently acquired The Original Wall Mounted Water Butt Company ltd. The acquisitions represents a step change in growth for the company which has seen rapid growth during 2017.

  • Jack Cairney
Is Britain's climate changing?

Is Britain's climate changing? 0

Hurricane Irma has dominated conversation over the last couple of weeks after causing widespread and catastrophic damage and at least 84 deaths in parts of the northeastern Caribbean and the Florida Keys. Scientists have claimed that the effects of climate change, from warmer oceans to rising sea levels, made the hurricane more catastrophic than it would have been in previous decades. Although Hurricane Irma hasn’t changed President Trump’s view on climate change, society is starting to see how climate change amplifies natural events.
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