FWR Newsletters - Issued 2016
Issue 4 - Autumn 2016
In this issue of the newsletter, our lead article Water Regulatory Skills Gap by Martin Griffiths (Independent Consultant), Chris Chubb (Independent Consultant) and Robert Grabowski (Lecturer, Cranfield University) explains that as we move towards leaving the European Union, it is vital that we maintain high quality environmental regulation and governance of all industry sectors.
Key article by Martin Griffiths, Chris Chubb and Robert Grabowski
Issue 3 - Summer 2016
In this issue of the newsletter, our lead article FOG An Increasing Problem and Opportunity by Rachel Dyson (Programme Manager, Anglian Water) explains the problem of Fats, Oils and Grease which sticks to the inner linings of pipes, binding with everyday items which are flushed down toilets, such as wipes, cotton buds and sanitary waste. Over time this can build up, stopping water from flowing freely, causing blocked pipes and pumps, sewer flooding and pollution.
Key article by Rachel Dyson, Programme Manager, Anglian Water.
Issue 2 - Spring 2016
In this issue of the Newsletter, our lead article Disinfection By-Products: Where do we stand after 40 years of research? by John Fawell, an Independent Consultant, gives a brief history of waterborne disease, chlorination, and breaking the cycle of disease
Key article by John Fawell, Independent Consultant
Issue 1 - Winter 2016
In this issue of the Newsletter, our lead article River Basin Management Planning - a new phase.
2016 marks the start of a new phase in managing the water environment. Building on the lessons learned and progress made since the first River Basin Management Plans were published in 2009, the Environment Agency, Natural Resources Wales adn the Scottish Environment Protection Agency have produced a new set of plans for the next six years.
Key article by Clare Rodgers, Senior Catchment Management Specialist, Royal HaskoningDHV.
FWR Newsletters - Issued 2015
Issue 4 - November 2015
Green Infrastructure - a growing need. In this issue our lead article looks at how the Green Infrastructure was revealed in its full breadth of applications to a mixed audience of engineers, planners, ecologists, social scientists, consultants and regulators at the first conference of the Scottish Green Infrastructure Forum (SGIF) held in Glasgow.
Key article by Dr Brian D’Arcy, Independent Environmental Consultant
Issue 3 - August 2015
Cryptosporidium - The approach to the challenge in Wales. In this issue our lead article looks at how the challenge of this is being met by Dŵwr Cymru Welsh Water.
Key article by Carol Weatherley, Public Health Manager, Dŵwr Cymru Welsh Water
Issue 2 - May 2015
Tackling diffuse agricultural pressures using WFD measures. Back in 2009, when the first cycle of river basin management planning under the Water Framework Directive (WFD) began, one of the largest pressures causing observed impacts on surface freshwater and groundwater bodies was diffuse pollution from agriculture.
Key article by Ian Codling, Senior Consultant, Catchment Management, WRc plc.
Issue 1 - February 2015
Thames Tideway Tunnel - Building for a 22nd Century London. The Thames Tideway Tunnel team was reflecting on and recovering from what was probably the most significant 12 months on the project so far and the culmination of years of work.
Key article by Andy Mitchell, CEO of Thames Tideway Tunnel.
FWR Newsletters - Issued 2014
Issue 2 - May 2014
Ecosystem Services and the Water Framework Directive - Valuing the benefits we derive from nature.
Key article by Dr David Forrow Evidence Advisor (Strategic Environmental Planning), Environment Agency,
and Dr Mark Everard Associate Professor of Ecosystem Services, University of the West of England.
FWR Newsletters - Issued 2013
FWR Newsletters - Issued 2012
FWR Newsletters - Issued 2011
FWR Newsletters - Issued 2010
Issue 1 - March 2010
A NEW look for FWR which has now been in operation since 1989
Key article by Tony Lloyd and Tim Evans.
The roles of the FWR and its sections covering - WFD, Water Supply, Wastewater and the FWR Library.