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  • New solar array at Fife treatment works

    Green energy is helping power a waste water site in Fife thanks to a new solar scheme A total of 434 roof and ground mounted solar Photovoltaic (PV) panels have been installed at Cupar Waste Water Treatment Works to support Scottish Water’s journey to net zero emissions. The carbon reducing…

  • Recycled plastic waste paves way for major new project

    A revolutionary new tarmac product made from discarded plastic has been used as part of a major regeneration project in Scotland’s biggest city. The tarmac uses plastic waste that cannot be recycled and would otherwise be destined for landfill or incineration. FES Group used the innovative ‘recycled’ tarmac to build…

  • Employee Spotlight: Kyle Mathieson

    First up in our new spotlight series is Kyle Mathieson, one of the newest additions to our Development Centre team… Tell us a little bit about yourselfI’ve been with Scottish Water Horizons for over seven years now, having started out as a Modern Apprentice.  Over the last five years I…

  • New Asset Vesting service launched

    Scottish Water Horizons has launched a new service to support developers with remediating unvested water and waste water assets across Scotland. Housing developers can now benefit from an end-to-end remediation service which helps facilitate safe adoption of unvested assets by Scottish Water. The brand new service includes initial consultation and…

  • Blog: Lights, camera, action – Kenny Dalziel

    Kenneth Dalziel is our resident Hollywood correspondent…well not quite, but there is a glamorous side to the work we do at Scottish Water Horizons – leasing out some of Scottish Water’s incredible locations to film and TV crews – something Kenny oversees. “It’s no surprise that we get lots of…

  • FastTrack Drainage celebrates project success

    Our brand-new drainage design validation service has proven its worth with the first round of projects now successfully through the system. One of the projects through our FastTrack Drainage online portal came from CALA Homes (West) who submitted drainage designs to support their new planned development in Killearn, Stirling.  …

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