2017 News

New abstraction app a “game changer” for water industry

28/06/2017

Lanes Utilities Regional Managers Casey May, left, and Craig May, who have led the development project for the new water abstraction app. Lanes Utilities has developed an app that promises to revolutionise the way water abstraction is carried out by wastewater companies. The app pinpoints 130,000 abstraction points across the Thames Water region and key…

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Metals recycling firm praises Lanes team for interceptor clean

26/06/2017

Top interceptor team – Jet Vac Engineer Brendon Parsons, left, and Operations Manager Lee Hubber, who attended Newbery Metals to clean the interceptor. One of the leading metals recycling specialists in south west England has praised Lanes drainage engineers for the highly professional work they did to clean a large fuel and oil interceptor at…

Top interceptor team – Jet Vac Engineer Brendon Parsons, left, and Operations Manager Lee Hubber, who attended Newbery Metals to clean the interceptor.

Lanes Utilities shortlisted for New Civil Engineer TechFest Award

19/06/2017

Lanes Utilities has been shortlist for a New Civil Engineer TechFest Award after developing an app that monitors the happiness of its workforce. Every day, the Feeling App asks all field operatives how happy they feel, and offers support for colleagues who say they want to talk to someone about a problem they face. Lanes…

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Aberdeen Royal Infirmary drains get health boost

02/06/2017

Lanes Group has carried out a major programme of drainage surveying and cleaning as part of a £38 million refurbishment scheme at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Drainage engineers from the Lanes Aberdeen depot worked for more than six months on the project, focused on the cleaning of drainage downpipes in the largest building on the Foresterhill…

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