Above average rainfall in spring this year means water supplies across the UK are generally healthy – Britain is not about to go into a drought. However, demand for water remains extremely high throughout the current heatwave, so water companies are continuing to ask everyone to please use water wisely.
In conjunction with a wide range of interested parties, Water UK has developed a protocol in order to avoid disputes in cases where the correct classification of an asset is unclear.
Water UK Chief Executive, Michael Roberts, has responded to the Environment Agency's Environmental Performance Assessment, released today, Wednesday 11 July.
Water UK Chief Executive Michael Roberts has warned parliamentarians about the risks involved in any move to nationalise the water industry, with investment, service improvements, environmental standards and low bills all under threat.
Working4Water explains what the water industry has achieved since it stopped being owned and run by the government in 1989.
It sets out the facts about the many positive improvements the industry has made over the past 30 years – cleaner beaches, healthier rivers, higher quality drinking water and a much more reliable service.
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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.