Scottish Water Horizons
A new digital platform which substantially accelerates the speed at which housing developers gain required approvals has the potential to revolutionise how drainage designs are validated in Scotland.
Published 30 November 2020
The Clyde Gateway regeneration programme will today break ground in Dalmarnock to install one of the country’s most innovative and sustainable heating systems – helping to reduce fuel poverty in the area following £2.1 million funding from SP Energy Networks’ Green Economy Fund.
Published 25 November 2020
Scottish Water’s commercial subsidiary Scottish Water Horizons has announced a new partnership with water technology firm Xylem Water Solutions that will help developers improve efficiency and reduce their carbon footprint.
Published 23 June 2020
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has officially opened a new £6 million project which uses cutting-edge renewables technology to harness energy from waste water.
Published 8 August 2019
Mackenzie Construction has been recognised by the Considerate Contractor Scheme for its ‘Performance Beyond Compliance’ while carrying out work on behalf of Scottish Water Horizons.
Published 15 November 2018
A 2,400 acre site just a few miles outside of Glasgow is to be developed to provide thousands of new homes following major clearing works by Scottish Water Horizons.
Published 31 October 2018
Morrison Construction has secured a position on three frameworks for Scottish Water Horizon, the commercial arm of Scottish Water.
Published 25 October 2018
A swimming pool in Argyll & Bute is at the forefront of a renewable energy revolution which creates heat from waste water.
Published 5 April 2018
SHARC Energy Systems and Scottish Water Horizons launch joint venture to support sewage heat recovery
SHARC Energy Systems has joined forces with Scottish Water Horizons to establish a joint venture which will enable them to expand and accelerate the deployment of wastewater heat recovery systems across Scotland.
Published 21 March 2018
Stirling Council, alongside partner Scottish Water Horizons, has been awarded £100,000 to explore a pioneering heat solution for rural Stirling, with initial feasibility being carried out in Callander.
Published 7 December 2017
Scotland’s sewers contain enough natural and discarded heat to warm a city the size of Glasgow for more than four months a year, according to a new report.
Published 15 June 2017