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UKSTT PATRONS


The Patron's role within the society is one of support and to assist the society in meeting its educational aims. This can be done by directly supporting promotional and educational activities alongside or in conjunction with other UKSTT events and programmes with attendance encouragement, provision of facilities and/or catering, and the general encouragement of meeting the society's aims of increasing the knowledge, use, and awareness of trenchless technology and systems for the benefit of the society and the environment.


ChrisPackham smChris Packham

It is a surprising but real honour to be a patron of the UKSTT .
You see , despite a supposed gulf between biology and engineering there is a real bridge in both interest and ingenuity here .
I am constantly astonished by the rapidity of invention and technical innovation shown by the members and enjoy the opportunity to help promote the multitude of benefits which we all enjoy on account of these to a wider audience and celebrate them at the annual awards ceremony .
I now not only admire moles and badgers but also those remarkable devices which tunnel , line , restore and repair with equal skill .

Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 January 2013 09:35

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The water industry regulator recognised Wessex Water as the best water and sewerage company in England and Wales (2010-11) and Ofwat identified us as one of the most efficient water and sewerage companies in England and Wales.
We firmly believe that customers are stakeholders in the company along with the environment and trenchless technologies, as promoted by the UKSTT, have consistently proved beneficial in reducing costs, environmental impact, CO2 omissions and disruption with associated socio-economic costs.
Wessex Water are proud joint winners of the ISTT world prize for 'Innovation' in Rome 2007 and Toronto 2009.

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 04 March 2013 17:12

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Sutton and East Surrey Water

 

Key facts

We are a water-only company and supply customers in East Surrey, and parts of West Sussex, west Kent and south London
Our supply area covers 835 sq km (322 sq miles), much of it rural.
Drinking water is supplied to approximately 655,000 consumers in 280,000 properties.
85 per cent of our raw water is extracted from underground resources using borehole pumps. It's hard, and is softened before we put it into supply.
15 per cent of our raw water comes from natural springs and river sources. It's stored in our reservoir at Bough Beech prior to treatment.
On average we supply 160 million litres per day (35 million gallons/day). This can rise to 260 million litres (57 million gallons/day) on a hot summer's day.
We have eight treatment works, 38 pumping stations and 35 operational service reservoirs and water towers.
We maintain 3,445 km (2,153 miles) of water mains.
An average domestic household in our area uses around 475 litres a day (104 gallons/day). How much do you use?
An average consumer in our area uses around 160 litres a day (35 gallons/day). We employ approximately 230 people locally.

Last Updated on Friday, 05 June 2015 11:39

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Water is essential to life and to the communities in which we work.
Our focus is delivering the best quality drinking water and returning waste water safely to the environment today, tomorrow and for the longer term. Our last 25-year strategy document, ‘Focus on water’ was launched in 2007.
It sets out longer term aspirations as a water company.

Since we produced ‘Focus on water’, our core aspirations have stayed the same, but the external environment in which we work has continued to evolve; the challenges we face are changing, and so are our customers’ expectations. We’re currently updating our strategy to reflect this dynamic environment.

Last Updated on Monday, 07 January 2013 16:18

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United Utilities is proud to be a Patron of UKSTT and to help promote technologies that minimise the impact of our work. We aim to reduce any unnecessary impact on our customers and also on the environment whilst operating and maintaining over 100,000Km of underground pipes.

Last Updated on Friday, 05 June 2015 11:40

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Last Updated on Monday, 07 January 2013 17:00

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National Grid is an international electricity and gas company and one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the world.

We play a vital role in providing energy to millions of customers across Great Britain and the Northeast US in an efficient, reliable and safe manner.

We are committed to safeguarding the environment for future generations and providing all our customers with the highest standards of service. We achieve this through ongoing investment in our systems and through our talented, diverse workforce.

Responsible business

National Grid is committed to working responsibly in the communities where it operates and playing its role in safeguarding the global environment for the future. These are long-term responsibilities that must be fulfilled in conjunction with our duty to create value for our shareholders. Delivering sustainable value depends on the trust and confidence of all of our stakeholders, and this can only be earned by conducting our business responsibly.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 05 June 2015 11:37

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