Utilities 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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New livery marks growing strength of Thames Water partnership

06/04/2017

Lanes Group Technical Director (right) with Steve Spencer, Head of Customer Field Services (Waste water) at Thames Water, and a van sporting the new livery. A smart new livery for Lanes Utilities vehicles reflects the growing strength of a successful partnership with Thames Water, says its director Andy Brierley. The new van and truck signage…

Lanes Group Technical Director (right) with Steve Spencer, Head of Customer Field Services (Waste water) at Thames Water, and a van sporting the new livery.

Lanes Group director completes IOSH Directing Safely course

31/03/2017

Lanes Group Operations Director Alan Wallis has completed IOSH Directing Safely training, reflecting the company’s commitment to embedding health and safety in strategic decision-making. He attended and passed the course as part of Lanes Group’s occupational health and safety strategy which requires teams and individuals at all levels in the organisation to have appropriate training…

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Zoom in to effective warehouse drainage maintenance

23/03/2017

A planned and preventative maintenance (PPM) programme backed by clear asset condition data is essential to ensure large area drainage systems like those on logistics parks remain in good working order. Monitoring the condition of pipes over time is a key step, something most commonly done by commissioning CCTV drainage surveys. A range of specialist…

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