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At Boiling Point: How the UK Water Industry is Changing in the Race to Net Zero

With 30 years' experience helping clients in the water sector achieve their recruitment goals, we've produced a detailed white paper that discusses important issues facing the UK water industry, including the rise of the green collar workforce, race to net zero carbon emissions by 2030, increasing use of new technology and skills shortages in a number of key areas.

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Changing industry, changing world

With an increasingly complex landscape, understanding the state of play of the water industry and the changing needs of our planet is vital if water utilities are to keep pace with societal and consumer demand.

The race to net zero carbon emissions by 2030

Amongst these challenges, the sector has set itself the ambitious target of achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2030 .

Recruiting for a greener future.

Here at Rullion, we have a rich heritage within the water sector spanning over 30 years. We've put together this detailed white paper to analyse these challenges and present insights into what the water sector looks like today, and what it may look like tomorrow.

In this paper you'll discover:

How to attract talent to work in the water sector

With a skills shortage in a number of key areas, we've produced relevant, actionable insights to help water companies achieve their goals.

How the water sector is using technology to reduce carbon emissions

Not only do we analyse established technology, we also detail newer, more innovative technology that can help the industry achieve net zero by 2030.

In-depth talent insights

We provide case study evidence on a technology role within the water sector to show how the industry compares to other UK marketplaces. We examine salaries, candidate numbers, employer brand, competition for talent and much more.

Learn about the skills shortage, race to net zero and industry-leading technology.

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