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The latest data from CC Water on household customers’ views on their water and sewerage services is good news, with 94% of customers satisfied with their water supply.

Piping being laid (credit: South East Water)

Water companies have delivered on their promise to compile and deliver a key set of developer service standards that can be used to compare performance across the industry. This will underpin their commitment to support and help accelerate the Government’s house building programme by providing greater transparency to help drive improvements in service levels and performance.

glass of water on hand

Once again the excellent quality of our drinking water has been confirmed via the DWI results for England and Wales. This year’s Chief Inspector’s report also took the opportunity to reflect on the scale of the improvements over the past 25 years.

looking after water2

Tap water in the UK is among the best in the world and worth looking after. Unlike the frozen ready-meal or new dress or suit, there are no care instructions supplied with water. This consumer guide shows how to keep water in top condition and avoid problems that can affect taste and quality.

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  1. 94% of customers satisfied with water supply
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