Integrated Catchment Approach poster transcription
Poster entitled Integrated Catchment Approach; Enabled by the LIFE IP Natural Course Project with the Natural Course logo situated top centre of the page. The United Utilities logo sits on the right of the title.
Underneath the title there are 6 icons depicting, Totex, WFD, Climate Change, Flood Resilience, Priority Substances and Water Resource Resilience.
The section below bullet points, Why an integrated catchment strategy?:
- To drive affordable, evidence-based solutions for customers
- To enable holistic synergies between water quality and flooding
- To deliver multiple benefits, such as: water quality improvements, flood risk management, social benefits, resilience, to the environment and communities
- To reduce uncertainties around catchment management
- To promote natural capital and environmental stewardships
- To develop collaborative working
- To drive innovation
To the right of, Why an integrated catchment strategy? there is a diagram with “collaborative working” in the centre and the words innovation, evidence gathering, catchment intervention, asset solutions, challenging, cost effective in circles around the middle.
Below is the title, The Petteril Project, (May 2015 – 2020) with the caption, “a truly integrated approach.”
The section below bullet points information about The Petteril Project:
- Catchment-wide investigations to build a better understanding of nutrients in the River Petteril
- Develop evidence-based solutions and targeted investment :asset and non assets; waste and drinking water; process and network
- Development of sustainable and innovative asset solutions for phosphorus 9P) removal in rural WwTWs
- Exploring catchment interventions that deliver multiple benefits to: drinking and wastewater quality and flooding
- Collaborative, partnership working
- Development of a tool to measure natural capital accounting at sub-catchment level
To the right of, The Petteril Project there is a pie chart with the following sections: moderate 50%, good 31%, poor 17% and bad 2%.
Below is a timeline:
- May – September 2015
- September 2015 – December 2016
- 2017 – 2020
- 2021 – 2040+
At the bottom of the page are the following logos:
OFWAT, Environment Agency, Natural England, The Rivers Trust, DEFRA, Catchment Based Approach and LIFE.