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Keep up to date with how we are making a difference

Discover how we are providing our clients with complex, sustainable solutions that solve the most challenging of problems. We are fusing together traditional engineering and advanced digital analytics, products and services. Learn how our staff make the impossible possible and find out what they think is great about the culture at Binnies.

We regularly host webinars, new product launches and conferences, and details of these events, including presentations and videos, will be posted here. You will also find details of our latest project wins and industry awards in which the excellence of our people and projects has been recognised.

This is an exciting time in the organisation’s 100-year history, with it having joined leading integrated environmental, engineering and technical services firm RSK group in January 2021. We encourage you to learn more about what makes Binnies distinctive and unique, and see how our values and behaviours influence all that we do.

For all media enquiries, please contact Sascha Noar, Marketing & Communications Manager, UK at or Juliana Tan, Marketing & Communications Manager (APAC) at

Kiwi graduate experiences working for Binnies during global pandemic

Danica Shipton arrived in the UK from her native New Zealand for a job with Binnies when the coronavirus pandemic hit.

Binnies celebrates ICE Award win for Hong Kong grey water treatment plant

The Anderson Road grey water treatment plant, has won the ICE 2021 Chris Binnie Award for Sustainable Water Management.

Binnies Hong Kong supports local university students

Binnies Hong Kong is committed to creating a better environment and nurturing a new generation of young engineering professionals.

amey–binnies appoints new chief operating officer

Scottish Water’s alliance partner amey–binnies is delighted to announce Richard Anderson as its new chief operating officer.

Artificial eye on hard hat enables real-time sharing of data during site visits

During the 2020 pandemic, Binnies faced the challenge of maintaining business as usual for waste & water treatment plants across the UK.