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Yorkshire drainage firm supplies jacking pipes for Brunei housing projects

31/01/2013
Yorkshire-based Naylor Drainage Ltd has hosted a group visit led by its long-standing Brunei agent HungKee Plumbing Company. HungKee is supplying Naylor’s Denlok jacking pipe to a series of pipe installation projects across Brunei. HungKee managing...

Engineers turn detective to solve motorway regeneration riddle

28/01/2013
Drainage engineers turned sleuths to help progress a motorway construction project vital to plans to regenerate part of Portsmouth. Survey work was needed to allow Lanes for Drains’ client, Colas, to finalise plans for a new motorway junction required...

Evacuation after petrol leak in drainage system

24/01/2013
Homes and businesses in Beith were evacuated after a petroleum leak in the town's drainage system. Strathclyde Fire and Rescue Service was called to the North Ayrshire town after reports of a strong smell of petrol from local premises. People who...

China leads race as drainage basin investment doubles

23/01/2013
Global investment in protecting natural water drainage basins has almost doubled in the last four years and China is leading the pack, according to a study. Produced by US-based NGO Forest Trends' Ecosystems Marketplace, the study tracked more than...

Free online resource demistifies asset management

22/01/2013
Asset management is one of the hottest topics in the utility industries and many others, but newcomers to the subject can be baffled by jargon overload. Now they can download a free 32-page book that explains it in plain language 'An Introduction to...