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Reservoir refurbishment begins in Walton-on-Thames
A major project to help protect London’s water supply for the next decade has begun in Walton-on-Thames
Thames Water appoints new Capital Delivery Director
Thames Water hits half a million smart meter milestone
Thames Water is celebrating a key milestone in its drive to protect future water resources having installed half a million smart meters in its region
Thames Water volunteers for 'Green Skills Week'
Ambitious river health project launched in Oxford
A new project will monitor bacteria in Oxford's rivers – alongside live alerts of sewage discharges and a £26m upgrade of the city’s sewage works.
Barnacle geese seen at Crossness for first time
A type of goose – which was once thought to be a fish – has been spotted at aThames Water nature reserve in London for the first time.
Thousands of kilometres of sewers cleaned in record-breaking programme
Intrepid Thames Water engineers have cleared record lengths of sewer spanning further than the distance between John O’Groats and Land’s End to help protect customers and the environment from flooding.
Commemorative Oxford mosaic preserved during water leak repairs
A mosaic celebrating Oxford’s twinship with the Dutch city of Leiden was preserved during recent work to fix a water pipe leaking directly beneath it.
Hero workers help vulnerable women in London
Two hero Thames Water workers have told of the moment they helped two women in danger in separate incidents in London.
Thames Water appoints Cathryn Ross as new Strategy and Regulatory Affairs Director
Thames Water has appointed Cathryn Ross into a newly-created Strategy and Regulatory Affairs Director position. She will join the Executive Team and start on June 1.
Supporting Debt Awareness Week
Thames Water is highlighting its range of financial support options for customers to mark Debt Awareness Week.
Henley pub landlord prosecuted for sewer abuse in landmark case
A Henley-on-Thames pub and its landlord have been fined more than £16,000 for allowing cooking fat and oil to enter the town’s sewer network, in a landmark case brought against them by Thames Water
Supporting our customers
Thames Water is working with London Fire Brigade to help more people join its priority services register.