The dedicated seven- to 11-year-old pupils from Rousay Community School have been visiting the Pickie Centre in Kirkwall to take part in the national Learn to Swim programme – a partnership between Scottish Swimming and Scottish Water which is delivered by aquatic providers across Scotland.
Scottish Water: Keeping It Clean
As part of a series of articles in the run up to COP27 we take a look at Water in Scotland.
‘Despicable’ Huge Bonus Awarded to Scottish Water’s Chief Executive
“Scottish Minister’s should not have approved these bonuses while households are facing rises in their water bills of at least 12% in coming months.” Rhoda Grant MSP Labour
Scottish Water Update
“Water supplies are now gradually restoring for affected customers as our network recovers.”
Update from Scottish Water
The full repair will take an estimated 2 hours from now to complete.
Water Supply Issues #Orkney
“We have now identified the cause of the interruption to water supply affecting customers in Stromness and Orkney. “
3 New #Covid Cases in Orkney
The cumulative total of Covid cases in Orkney is now at 903 as 3 new positive tests were recorded in the Health Board area.
Orkney urged to take care of vital drinking water resources
With the easing of tourist restrictions, many areas are at their busiest, with the impact of the current warm, dry weather adding to pressures.
Arsenic hazard on a global scale
“In my opinion, it is the greatest natural hazard in terms of the numbers at risk of poisoning.”
Top Up Tap Kirkwall For Free Great Tasting Water
The Kirkwall tap is the 17th to be installed across Scotland so far, with the total expected to rise to 70 over the next 18 months.