SMEs are invited to register their interest to work with Scottish Water on six key sustainability challenges

The Sustainable Rural Communities Project aims to enhance social, economic and environmental sustainability throughout the most remote communities in Scotland.

Scottish Water, in partnership with Atkins, have recently launched The Sustainable Rural Communities (SRC) project which they describe as a new way to engage and innovate with the SME community.

Split into to two phases that first analyses six key challenges which in turn will inform phase two actions and collaborative working.

 

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The six key challenges are:

Water supply

Energy

Wastewater, Sludge and Waste

Online Telecommunications

Community Accessibility

Working Collaboratively

If you dike to learn more about the Sustainable Rural Communities Project you can do so at the project website (http://opportunitygateway.azurewebsites.net/) and if you are interested in participating in the project you can register your organization here (http://opportunitygateway.azurewebsites.net/sme-registration/

The six key challenges are:

  • Water supply
  • Energy
  • Wastewater, Sludge and Waste
  • Online Telecommunications
  • Community Accessibility
  • Working Collaboratively

 

If you’d like to learn more about the Sustainable Rural Communities Project you can do so at the project website¬†and if you are interested in participating in the project you can register your organisation here.

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