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Mental Health in the Construction Industry

Working in construction can be challenging with long hours, tight deadlines, financial pressure and working away from home. All of these combined with personal circumstances such as bereavement, divorce and physical illness can take [...]

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How can SuDS help with the mitigation of and the adaptation to climate change?

Climate change is a major issue facing governments, businesses, and individuals. As highlighted at the recent COP26 conference, it is now vital and urgent that we find ways to mitigate and adapt to climate change to avoid the [...]

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Pride of Plumbing: Ben Faherty’s story

Pride of Plumbing: Ben Faherty’s story

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The Future of Plastic in the Construction Industry

As the UK hosts the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, the world looks on to see how climate change can be brought under control with measures implemented by the 200 countries that are attending.
Somewhere amongst the headline [...]

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What COP26 could mean for the construction industry?

What COP26 could mean for the construction industry?

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Why more women plumbers are needed

Why more women plumbers are needed

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Pride of Plumbing: James Crabb’s story

Pride of Plumbing: James Crabb’s story

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Biodiversity Net Gain: The Construction Industry’s Environmental Promise

Biodiversity is the animals and plants we see around us every day, the variety of which in some habitats is incredible. Environmental concern has been growing with the construction industry about the number of habitats that are [...]

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Pride of Plumbing: Dan Ford’s story

Pride of Plumbing: Dan Ford’s story

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Pride of Plumbing: Greg Roe’s story

Over the past six months we’ve been scouring the nation to find the best stories the industry has to offer for our Pride of Plumbing campaign. After tonnes of nominations and a rigorous judging process, we’re now excited to [...]

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Pride of Plumbing progresses with shortlist decided

Wavin celebrates hard working plumbers. Planning for the Wavin Hep2O’s Pride of Plumbing campaign has been powering ahead, as the shortlist to decide the four stories that will be showcased to the industry has been decided.

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The impact of pandemics on urban planning and construction

The impact of pandemics on urban planning and construction

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Why sustainability is vital for the future of the social housing sector

Tackling climate change has never been higher on the national news agenda. With Sir David Attenborough’s most recent documentary, A Life on our Planet, revealing to the nation – and the world – the shocking truth about what life [...]

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The Social Housing Revolution

There has been a significant period of change and innovation in the social housing sector. This is driven by a number of key factors: a critical need to do more, ambitious plans to create better homes, and new freedoms and [...]

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Water Stocks – Make It Rain – Rethinking The Value Of Water

Money doesn’t grow on trees, but will fall from the sky by 2040.

‘What type of water do you run?’ won’t sound as strange a question in about twenty years time. Water is heading in the same direction as [...]

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Government’s Storm Overflows Task Force to improve sewage pollution in the UK

In January 2021, the Storm Overflows Taskforce, a joint industry and government group made up of Defra, the Environment Agency, Ofwat, Consumer Council for Water, Blueprint for Water and Water UK agreed a new objective to prevent [...]

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