A Teesside water worker, employed by Northumbrian Water, has volunteered to help clean-out the loos of thousands of festival-goers at this year′s Glastonbury Festival, as part of international charity WaterAid′s Loo Crew.
A £500,000 project which will help to improve the quality of the River Rede, one of the only rivers in England with a significant population of fresh water pearl mussels, is underway this week.
Work on an £11 million pound water treatment site in Northumberland has reached a key milestone.
Kind-hearted people from across the North East have helped raise more than £30,000 to transform lives in Madagascar.
Two Northumbrian Water employees have volunteered to help keep thousands of thirsty festival-goers hydrated at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, supporting the ban on single-use plastics being sold at the festival and the work of charity WaterAid.