• PODCAST | Sustainability in the Water Industry Supply Chain: Episode 3

    Posted on by Watershed Issues Team

    In this, the third episode of the Sustainability in the Water Industry Supply Chain Podcast, we ask our industry panel from Anglian Water, Skanska, Saint- Gobain PAM, Achilles and the Knowledge Transfer Network to consider how innovation can make a difference to sustainability.

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  • PODCAST | Sustainability in the Water Industry Supply Chain: Episode 2

    Posted on by Watershed Issues Team

    In the second episode of the seven podcast-series, the panel is asked how they measure sustainability – both their own , and that of their supply chain.

    Dave Spencer is facilitating; Peter Scanlon, Sustainability Manager for Skanska; Tom Moody, Supply Chain Manager for Anglian Water; Paul Thompson, Marketing and Product Manager for Saint-Gobain PAM UK; Tom Grand, Regional Director in the UK for Achilles Information Ltd; Jonathan Abra from the Knowledge Transfer Network.

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  • Vlog: Engage The Supply Chain To Drive Sustainability In UK Water

    Peter Scanlon Skanska Sustainability Manager
    Posted on by Watershed Issues Team

    Peter Scanlon, Sustainability Manager at Skanska, talks about the importance of engaging with the supply chain when driving sustainability initiatives within the water industry, and best practices for doing so.

    This interview followed Peter’s participation in an industry-wide discussion exploring how to achieve sustainability through the supply chain.

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  • The IWA’s Principles for Water Wise Cities: Developing a Shared Water Vision

    Head and shoulders image of Corinne Trommsdorff from the International Water Association
    Posted on by Corinne Trommsdorff

    The Cities of the Future agenda harnesses the power of the IWA network to co-create solutions, and join efforts to manage a city’s many waters in a sustainable and resilient manner. This approach is endorsed by the IWA Principles for Water Wise Cities’. The Principles document has been put together as an outcome of the action agenda of the 7th World Water Forum in order to spread widely the vision of what sustainable urban water management is, and to prepare discussion at the 8th World Water Forum to focus on how to get this vision implemented. The 8th World Water Forum is due to take place in Brazil in 2018. Corinne Trommsdorff, Programme Manager of Cities of the Future, part of the International Water Association (IWA), explains more…

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  • Show Us The Proof!

    Posted on by Paul Thompson

    Paul Thompson, marketing manager Saint Gobain PAM, explores why suppliers need to offer proof of their sustainable credentials.

    Specifiers for construction and infrastructure projects are challenging the supply chain for sustainable solutions with evidence to demonstrate tangible results.

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  • Towards Water 2020

    ofwat logo water 2020
    Posted on by Simon Markall

    Simon Markall, Head of Public Affairs for Ofwat, on meeting the challenges for water and wastewater services in England and Wales.

    We have already set out the shared vision for the sector as one where customers and wider society have trust and confidence in vital public water and wastewater services.

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  • Sustainability – Cost or Investment?

    Tree planting CSR Saint-Gobain PAM
    Posted on by Richard Summers

    Richard Summers – Environmental Controller – Saint-Gobain PAM UK

    If you work within the water industry and/or supply a number of public sector organisations, then sustainability and corporate social responsibility has to be on the agenda. It’s a condition of doing business.

    But what is your real reaction to sustainability?

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