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Wipro bags multi-year deal from UK firm Thames Water

Economic Times - ‎16 hours ago‎
"The integrated solution that will be rolled out is intended to help Thames Water capture a single and unified view of each customer and will thereby, provide us with deeper insights about them, through analytics," Thames Water MD Customer Service and ...

Thames Water apologises for Lord Street chaos

Hertfordshire Mercury - ‎16 hours ago‎
A water company has been forced to apologise after a third burst pipe in a week and a traffic-lights mishap. Hoddesdon's Lord Street flooded following the leak over the bank holiday weekend, and the situation got worse on Monday when a set of temporary ...

Savernake Park rubbish is the responsibility of Thames Water say council

getreading - ‎13 hours ago‎
Mr Wood said: "Daniel calls me over to all the litter that's gathered, on seeing all the rusty cans litter and even two full containers of toxic driveway sealant bobbing in the water we were in absolute shock. "We decided to take pictures and document ...

Accenture, Bilfinger, Deloitte & IBM win mega deal with Thames Water - ‎May 2, 2016‎
Accenture, Bilfinger, Deloitte and IBM have following a competitive tender process won a mega deal with Thames Water, Britain's biggest water and sewerage company.

Thames Water served with Abatement Notice for failure to deal with Colnbrook's fly swarms

Colnbrook Views - ‎May 4, 2016‎
Wendy Matthews, chair of Iver Parish Council, has posted details of a communication from Chiltern and South Bucks District Councils confirming that Slough Borough Council has served an Abatement Notice on Thames Water relating to the fly infestations ...

May 3, 2016 | Thames Water Selects Eckoh To Fulfil Secure Payments Contact - ‎May 3, 2016‎
Thames Water Selects Eckoh To Fulfil Secure Payments Contact - Eckoh plc have announced that it has been awarded a contract to provide arange of hosted secure payment services to Thames Water. Globally, Eckoh secure payment services now handle ...
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No more fatbergs: Thames Water finance chief to retire as it says it will name a new chief executive "shortly"

City A.M. - ‎Apr 26, 2016‎
He's spent more than quarter of a century in chief finance officer roles - but today Thames Water said its finance chief is planning to step down.

Warning for Tilehurst drivers as Thames Water carries out repairs

getreading - ‎Apr 22, 2016‎
Speaking about the works in Lower Elmstone Drive, spokesman for Thames Water Stuart White said: "It's a more complex job than we first thought, with more than two metres of pipe buried deep underground needing to be replaced, so the road closure is now ...

Further Change at Thames Water, with Stuart Siddall, Chief Financial Officer, Set to Retire

Building Design & Construction Magazine - ‎Apr 27, 2016‎
It has been reported that Stuart Siddall, the present Chief Financial Officer for Thames Water, is set to retire at the close of the year.

Sewage floods gardens in Henley centre

Henley Standard - ‎21 hours ago‎
BACK gardens in a Henley street were flooded with sewage and foul water after an underground mains pipe collapsed. Engineers from Thames Water are still trying to identify the exact cause of the leak near Baronsmead, off King's Road, which started on ...

Sewer delays start of Chelsea Flower Show garden construction

Horticulture Week - ‎16 hours ago‎
... steel above the sewer to reinforce it. As with any major venture on the scale of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show it is not uncommon to have to deal with operational challenges like this which also requires that we liaise with our engineers and Thames ...

Water meters for every borough home 'within next few years'

East London and West Essex Guardian Series - ‎Apr 29, 2016‎
Water meters will be fitted in every home in Waltham Forest within “the next few years” under new plans by Thames Water. The utility company plans to fit around 56,000 meters across the borough in a bid to reduce water usage and improve leakage ...

Weekly siren test at water plant set to end after 40 years

East London and West Essex Guardian Series - ‎May 3, 2016‎
The siren at Coppermills water treatment works, which has sounded once a week for the past 40 years, will ring out across Walthamstow for the last time this week.
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Five stories you may have missed

Oxford Mail - ‎13 hours ago‎
Sewage flowed across Oxford's Folly Bridge this morning after a manhole cover came loose. Traffic has been slow across the bridge all day after the leak early this morning.
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Action group will fight with facts against Abingdon Reservoir

Oxford Mail - ‎Apr 27, 2016‎
Martin Wells, a spokesman for Thames Water, said: “The comprehensive water resource planning process that any proposal for a new reservoir or any other new water resource has to go through will allow ample opportunity for a scheme to be subjected to ...

UPDATE: Torrents of sewage 'traps' people in Coulsdon with smell so bad 'they can hardly breathe'

Your Local Guardian - ‎May 4, 2016‎
A spokesman for Thames Water said: "We have a team booked to investigate reports of sewer flooding in the flats behind Coulsdon South station as a priority.

More flooding problems in Hoddesdon

Hertfordshire Mercury - ‎May 2, 2016‎
A water company has been flooded with complaints after three burst water mains in a matter of days. Thames Water engineers inadvertently broke a pipe on Lord Street, Hoddesdon, last week while fixing one that was already faulty, but problems continued ...
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Sensex Drops 150 Points; Nifty Drifts Below 7700

Nasdaq - ‎2 hours ago‎
Wipro shed 1 percent despite bagging a multi-year deal from U.K. utility firm Thames Water. Bharti Airtel jumped over 2 percent on saying it would divest about 950 towers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to Helios Towers Africa as part of efforts to ...

Oxford bridge flooded by sewage after manhole leak

Oxford Mail - ‎16 hours ago‎
Traffic has been slow across the bridge all day after the leak early this morning. Thames Water spokeswoman Becky Trotman said the spill was caused by fat blocking the sewers.

No wonder housing in London is so expensive

The Adam Smith Institute (blog) - ‎May 4, 2016‎
About £1.3m, half of which was met by lottery money, with Berkeley Homes and reservoir landlord Thames Water chipping in about 20% each, and Hackney council 10%.