ⓘ Northumbrian Water

                                     

ⓘ Northumbrian Water

Northumbrian Water Limited is a water company in the United Kingdom, providing mains water and sewerage services in the English counties of Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, Durham and parts of North Yorkshire, and also supplying water as Essex and Suffolk Water. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Northumbrian Water Group.

                                     
  • Northumbrian Water Group plc NWG is the holding company for several companies in the water supply, sewerage and waste water industries. Its largest
  • CKI wanted to acquire Northumbrian Water and retaining Cambridge Water would have resulted in the takeover of Northumbrian Water being referred to the
  • expected rise in demand for water to support a booming UK industrial economy. Kielder Water is owned by Northumbrian Water and holds 200 billion litres
  • sponsored for a number of years until 2010 by Northumbrian Water and hence was known as the Northumbrian Water University Boat Race for this period. No races
  • the Essex Water Company merged with Suffolk Water Company to form Essex and Suffolk Water Since 2000 it has been part of Northumbrian Water but continues
  • has been owned by Anglian Water Hartlepool Water does not provide sewerage services. These are provided by Northumbrian Water The company was originally
  • owned and operated by Northumbrian Water It feeds into Smiddy Shaw reservoir, which in turn feeds water under gravity to a water treatment works at Honey
  • Northumbrian Minstrelsy is a book of 18th and 19th century North East of England folk songs and pipe music, intended to be a lasting historical record
  • owned and operated by Northumbrian Water It and Smiddy Shaw - which in turn is fed by Hisehope - feed water under gravity to a water treatment works at Honey
  • completed by 1872, is owned and operated by Northumbrian Water It and Waskerley feed water under gravity to a water treatment works at Honey Hill, while Hisehope
  • CBE born 1964 or 1965 is a British businesswoman and the CEO of Northumbrian Water Mottram was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire, and gained a Bachelor