Welcome to ech2o consultants ltd.

We are environmental consultants providing technological and behavioural solutions that reduce the UK’s carbon footprint.

ech2o consultants ltd work with local authorities, developers, housing associations, schools and colleges, water companies, community groups, architects and engineers, at both a strategic and individual site level, to successfully incorporate sustainable water and low carbon solutions into the built environment.

 

Latest

February – a history of showers part 2

A preamble So it was Christmas and Andy Goodson said I was one of his favourite people even though he didn’t know me that well. And that maybe that was ... Read more
Shower Blog

A trip to the canal – Samantha Mbire, UK

Most of Britain’s canals were built during the industrial revolution from around 1750 to 1850. Today I went for a walk near the ech2o offices and saw lots of different ... Read more

Rain gardens. A chance to keep our cities alive, in five easy steps – Helen Spring, UK

Ongoing wildlife declines here in Britain and around the world are enough to stop you in your tracks. The Living Planet report released by WWF in 2016 reported that there ... Read more

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@cathhassell

- 2 days ago

Cath's latest blog - A history of showers Part 2 is up. The Prussian army, Sanitarians, and NO alternative facts!! https://t.co/znF5zhbIK8
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@cathhassell

- 3 days ago

Great to see such a useful guide freely available. Rainharvesting Ltd a good company to deal with. Involved in RWH… https://t.co/mxNhO8W6Qo
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- 3 days ago

Love the idea of a court of ordinary people ruling on water issues. Your own horse not compulsory! https://t.co/lG4BoeExPZ
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@cathhassell

- 10 days ago

Check out @WatefNetwork 's new field trip to Valencia.Highlight is the 1000 year old Water Court ... and the paella! https://t.co/MkzpqvxTGj
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@cathhassell

- 10 days ago

Hi @thameswater. What's happened to your water cycles page? We've a link from our website but it's stopped working. https://t.co/zQbewGZxqo
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@cathhassell

- 10 days ago

Hi @SouthernWater Whatever happened to pipedash? Its my favourite game only our link to it now doesn't work... has… https://t.co/KfCh5vaJ9y
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@cathhassell

- 11 days ago

Great blog about rain gardens https://t.co/um746JOb8Y by Helen Spring from @WildLondon featuring the @LostEffra project in Brixton
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@cathhassell

- 11 days ago

Interesting article about the loss of wetlands due to encroaching urbanisation. Third pole also have good water map… https://t.co/aSovJob5lm
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@cathhassell

- 11 days ago

I do think fog catchers are the best thing since sliced bread! https://t.co/mEanqq3hSX
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@cathhassell

- 12 days ago

RT @Stormsaver: Water has different value to everyone! So don't waste it, save it. #savewater #waterscarcity #firstworld #thirdworld #Thurs…
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@cathhassell

- 19 days ago

Interesting new @WatefNetwork blog about water in cities, focussing on Florence and the River Arno https://t.co/yya5om4NHD
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@cathhassell

- 30 days ago

Snoopy. My hero! After Frankie the flamingo and Clarence the Crab obvs! https://t.co/PXupQyEw0G
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- 30 days ago

RT @NatureCommode: #wednesdaywisdom - Adults get schooled on saving the #planet by a seven year old #earth fairy. A lesson in #EPA #Science…
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