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Last updated: 22/08/2017

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The TWENTY65 team and partners have developed a number of thought provoking short reports to stimulate thought and discussion. We hope you enjoy reading them!

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  • Disruptive socio-technical solutions to drive re-visualisation of water service provision

    Posted 22/11/2017

    Written by Issy Caffor, Vanessa Speight and Joby Boxall from the University of Sheffield. This briefing introduces concepts of disruptive innovation that could lead to a new paradigm for...

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  • Can Drinking Water be Delivered Without Disinfectants like Chlorine and Still be Safe?

    Posted 22/11/2017

    Safe drinking water is a necessity. This article discusses whether or not drinking water can be delivered without disinfectants and still be safe. It is written by Vanessa Speight, University of...

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  • How to achieve sustainable clean water for everyone

    Posted 22/11/2017

    'How to achieve sustainable, clean water for everyone' was written by Vanessa Speight, Senior research fellow at the University of Sheffield, and Joby Boxall, a Professor at the University of...

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  • How will water be delivered in 2065?

    Posted 22/11/2017

    In this resource, Vanessa Speight and Joby Boxall describe what the Twenty65 project aims to achieve.   The article can be found by following this link.

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  • A Fluid Solution to water treatment

    Posted 22/11/2017

    This stimulating report is written by Paul Graham, Pennine water group and University of Sheffield, about how chemical engineers need to begin thinking of wastewater treatment in a new way. &...

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  • Behavioural Innovation

    Posted 22/08/2017

    As the UK Water Sector enters the planning process, Professor Anthony Conway and Garry Sanderson argue that insights from behavioural science can be applied to help with the competitive challenges ahe...

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