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Data and Statistical Analyst- Job opening

Artesia are recruiting a Data and Statistical Analyst Do you have experience in data and/or statistical analysis? Are you driven to provide high quality outputs with a passion for making a difference in the water industry? Due to the continued expansion and exciting...

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Water consultancy- April

Pictured above: Rob Lawson giving his take on "new approaches to forecasting water use" at the 2065 Conference.   Successes of March and April March and April have been a motivational month here at Artesia, with the launch of eVader; our new event detection and alarm...

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Shana Meeus Wins Emerging Talent Award

Shana Meeus Wins Emerging Talent Award Artesia is really proud to announce that Shana Meeus collected this year’s ‘Emerging Talent’ Award from the Future Water Association on 12th April 2018. Future Water Association is the UK’s leading business support organisation...

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Exciting News- eVader

An exciting week for Artesia with the launch of eVader and its dedicated website http://evader.io/ eVader is our network event detection system using the application of robust statistical processes; and already tested and validated on over 4,000 sites including...

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Welcome to our new recruit

We're pleased to announce that Alan Spey has joined Artesia. Alan is a specialist in network analysis, with nine years’ experience in the delivery, management and development of infrastructure deterioration and performance modelling, leakage measurement, and pressure...

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We are recruiting

Water resources consultant Artesia Consulting is looking for ambitious and enterprising people who can contribute to the continued growth of our water resources consultancy work. Your role: Your role will be primarily to help deliver a wide range of interesting and...

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Water and the Paris Agreement

At the end of August this year Torgny Holmgren, executive director of the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) summarized the voices of the World Water Week when he said, “Water is what binds together all the aspects of climate change. Climate change is water change.” (1)

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