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What is the nuron nervous system?

What is the nuron nervous system?

14th February 2019

  You may have seen the article in the New Scientist a couple of weeks ago: ‘The Rise of the Fatbergs’. The article discusses the benefits of proactively monitoring the sewers (specifically around identifying fatbergs before they happen).  The article also directly references how nuron is proposing to do just that. Inspiration from biology A […]

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A day out at British Water’s UK Forum.

A day out at British Water’s UK Forum.

24th January 2019

Last week, some of our team attended the British Water ‘UK Forum’ event which was hosted by WRc at their impressive facilities in Swindon. This was nurons first event as a member of British water. British Water is a leading association in the water industry, and we are excited to announce our membership. The day […]

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Secrets in your sewer.

Secrets in your sewer.

14th January 2019

Between April 2017 to March 2018, companies invested £111 million to maintain our public sewer network and prevent blockages and flooding. Despite this great investment, earlier in the week a new fatberg was discovered recorded to be 64 metres in length; the length of 6 double-decker buses. This is roughly a quarter of the length […]

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Its time for our festive competition

Its time for our festive competition

13th December 2018

Did you know that women can buy 11,000 tampons and towels in a lifetime? Unfortunately, a large proportion of these ends up in our sewers. We know that anything other than the Three P’s result in blockages, pollutions and sewer flooding. However, even if we manage to not flush these, then they end up at […]

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This Christmas be kind to your sewers

This Christmas be kind to your sewers

10th December 2018

The festive period is upon us. When we think of Christmas, we think of good food, family gatherings and gifts; but let’s spare a thought for our sewers. At this time of year, our sewers can get filled with fats, oils and grease (‘FOG’) from our lovely Christmas dinners. When our sewers are misused, we […]

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Why I believe our sewers are the obvious solution to rolling out 5G.

Why I believe our sewers are the obvious solution to rolling out 5G.

30th November 2018

It is a little over two years since I made the move from the telecommunications industry to the wastewater industry. It has been an enlightening and fascinating time. One of the best things about moving into a different industry is the opportunity to take all the good ideas, practices and established ways of working and […]

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Making sense of smart networks to reduce sewer flooding.

Making sense of smart networks to reduce sewer flooding.

23rd November 2018

Between 2016 and 2017 a total of 5,690 homes were affected by sewer flooding… [read more]

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How is data helping to reduce pollution incidents across the UK?

How is data helping to reduce pollution incidents across the UK?

9th November 2018

The good work being carried out by UK water companies in terms of reducing pollution incidents is often eclipsed…[read more]

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Introducing Resilience into the workforce.

Introducing Resilience into the workforce.

2nd November 2018

The team took some time out recently to work with the young pupils of …. [read more]

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Sydney Water and nuron collaborate

Sydney Water and nuron collaborate

25th October 2018

nuron Limited announce Sydney Water has entered into a collaboration[….]

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