816 articles in United Kingdom
The cost of implementing the Directive by 2015 will be astronomical. How much of the burden will fall on water companies?
UK correspondent Andrew Cavenagh looks at how the long expected M&A boom has failed to materialise.
The bond market is lapping up the water sector’s offerings.
With a bid for Sutton and East Surrey now looking doubtful, the AIM-listed bid vehicle has its sights on bigger fish.
Getting sniffy about the River Po.
The water and sewerage companies are looking raise £16.9 million. It will keep the banks and lawyers busy.
Local outcomes bring the water home.
The departure of Bill Emery and a move to a commission structure may open the way for UK water sector mergers.
After a very dry winter and the beginning of a hot summer, drought is starting to bite across Europe, with water use restrictions being introduced across Italy, Spain, France and the UK.