Thursday, 28 February 2013

ScottishWater Pumps £250m in to Waste Water Work Creating 50 Apprenticeships

ScottishWater is pumping £250million into improving Greater Glasgow’s waste water network. The private firm says its five-year programme is the biggest investment in the area in more than a century.
The aim is to improve river water quality and the natural environment of the River Clyde (pictured), reduce sewer flooding and deal with the effects of increased rainfall and climate change.
Around 500 jobs and up to 50 new apprenticeships will be created by the project which is the first stage of a planned programme to upgrade Greater Glasgow’s waste water infrastructure...READ MORE
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