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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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Company update

After a long period of working closely together, Artesia has recently taken over Callidus, to form a single team of water and data scientists.  The skills and experience of the new team members complement Artesia's strong track record in delivering water resource...

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New office open for business

We are delighted to announce we have moved to our new office!  The move enables us to continue delivering our plans for growth.  We now have a meeting room, a breakout room and spare space to enable us to grow. We've also put our own unique stamp on the new space as...

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Dennis Grimshaw joins Artesia!

We're delighted to announce that Dennis Grimshaw has joined Artesia.  Dennis is one of the most experienced water industry consultants in the UK and will bring his considerable knowledge to the work we do to help our clients manage water. Dennis has said "This is an...

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Does metering reduce water use?

Artesia is working with South East Water to find out South East Water is building on previous research which shows installing water meters in customers’ homes reduces water consumption by an average of 15 per cent per household. The company has found when a water...

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Artesia in Demand

Demand forecasting project win with UK Water Industry Research (UKWIR) Artesia, with Richard Critchley and Ben Anderson as sub-consultants, has been awarded an important new project to provide a manual for the UK water industry on forecasting the household demand for...

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Victoria Ashton re-joins Artesia!

We are delighted to announce the Victoria Ashton has re-joined Artesia. Victoria co-established Artesia with Dene Marshallsay and Simon Gordon-Walker in 2008 and worked with us for four years before taking a two-year stint with Natural Resources Wales (NRW) in...

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Leakage R&D Project Win

Artesia has recently begun working with Wessex Water to develop a leakage R&D strategy that will be implemented AMP6. Wessex Water has halved leakage since 1995 and has always kept leakage below regulatory targets.  The company has adopted an aspirational target to...

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