Water companies have backed a new strategy to bring in 221,000 new recruits by 2027 in the utilities sector to help ensure customers will continue to get the essential service they need in the future.
Water UK welcomes the recent issue of INDA & EDANA's new code of practice on labelling of wipes.
The new requirement for wipes manufacturers to prominently display a ‘Do Not Flush’ label on the front of products illustrates the cross-sector willingness to work to prevent customer confusion.
The average household water and sewerage bill in England and Wales for 2017-18 will be £395 – an increase of £6 (2%) compared with the previous year.
The average bills for each company can be found on the Discover Water website, which brings together key information for customers about water companies in England and Wales.
Water companies have a wide range of schemes to help customers who find paying their water bills a struggle – but making sure that help gets to the right customers at the right time is a major challenge.
There are just a few months left before more than 1.2 million small businesses, charities and public sector bodies in England will be free to choose their water and wastewater supplier.
Need a plumber?
WaterSafe is a UK-wide scheme to help you find an approved contractor.
Discover Water is an industry dashboard, providing customers with the latest information about the water utility sector in England & Wales and how it is performing.