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Tower Hamlets reduces theft by 100%

From January 2012 to June 2014 Tower Hamlets Council experienced an unprecedented number of thefts of commercial bins used on housing estates and at communal refuse points. In June 2014, the Council started using SmartWater traceable liquids to protect the bins and reduce losses to the public purse.


14 September 2016/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (5128)/Comments (0)/
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Retail crime cut by 14%

In December 2012, SmartWater Technology Ltd entered into contract with one of the UK's leading home improvement retailers, with a targeted remit of suppressing incidents of shrinkage within 30 of its highest risk stores. 

14 September 2016/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (5285)/Comments (0)/
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Network Rail reduces cable theft by 55%

In 2009, cable thefts were estimated to be costing Network Rail and UK taxpayers up to £16m  a year, causing significant delays and disruptions to the network. The London to North West (LNW) mainline was being particularly badly hit by cable thieves, resulting in delay minutes totalling 119,540.

14 September 2016/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (5116)/Comments (0)/
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Police Scotland national scheme to protect Scottish homes

Scotland became the first country in the world to deploy SmartWater at a national level following a successful pilot in Edinburgh.

14 September 2016/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (4411)/Comments (0)/
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Nottingham City saves £18m a year

In 2004/5 nationally released crime statistics revealed that residents of Nottingham City were more likely to be a victim of burglary than in any other part of the United Kingdom. In 2006, the Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership developed an initiative entitled the 'Weeks of Action' programme,which included the strategic marking of 1,000 homes with SmartWater every eight weeks in identified 'hotspots' across the city.

14 September 2016/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (3621)/Comments (0)/
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