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Job Opportunity at APEM

Monday, July 10, 2017

APEM Limited is Europe's largest specialist aquatic science consultancy. APEM offer their clients an integrated approach to every aspect of the investigation, scientific study and management of both freshwater and marine habitats and operate UK wide and internationally. Our consultant scientists are recognised experts in their fields.

As a company they pride themselves on their commitment to scientific and client service excellence.

Anglian Water Invests in New Wetland

Friday, July 7, 2017

Anglian Water announces £500k investment for new Norfolk wetland water treatment facility.

A brand new wetland is to be created in Norfolk, funded by Anglian Water and created in partnership with Norfolk Rivers Trust and the Environment Agency.

The new one-hectare site will act as an innovative, natural treatment plant for over a million litres of water a day. Used but treated water will pass through the wetland to be further filtered and cleaned before it's returned to the environment in the River Ingol.

Job Opportunity: Assistant Consultant at Cain Bio-Engineering

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Cain Bio-Engineering are seeking an Assistant Consultant for the assessment, design and delivery of freshwater and tidal-related habitat restoration works including; river restoration, erosion control, infrastructure and dam repairs and Wetland habitat enhancement. This is a full-time, permanent post. The company operates nationally, so the post will require occasional overnight stays away to service consultancy survey and design assignments.

Rural SuDS Improve Water Quality on River Penk

Monday, July 3, 2017

Staffordshire Wildlife Trust has created three rural sustainable drainage systems (RSuDS) to improve water quality along a stretch of the River Penk.

Routine monitoring by Natural England found parts of the Whiston Brook catchment are affected by agricultural run-off particularly during floods. The catchment contains Mottey Meadows, a SSSI, a special area of conservation and a national nature reserve.

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