The Consumer Council for Water is the independent representative of household and business water consumers in England and Wales.
If you’re a water customer in Wales we’d love to see you at our next regional meeting in Carmarthen on Monday, March 10. It is a great opportunity to find our more about what how your water bills will change over … Continued
INDUSTRY body Water UK has revealed that the average water bill will fall by £9 from April 2015 – but how will your bill change? Water and sewerage charges vary considerably depending on where you live and are also influenced by other factors, such as … Continued
Delving into water is a new report by the Consumer Council for Water which examines how well water companies have performed over the past four years on many of the things that matter most to customers. You can see how … Continued
With the chill of winter being felt up and down the country, CCWater is urging households to make sure their home’s water pipes are wrapped up warm. Pipework needs protecting from the cold as much as you do and some simple … Continued
Every year blocked sewers result in thousands of homes being flooded with sewage, causing misery for those affected. But the good news is we can all play a part in beating the block by stopping to think about what we pour … Continued
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@bradymd no it was not @AffinityWater & to best of our knowledge no companies currently do this. You would need to check individual comps
@bradymd @AffinityWater our water meter calculator is quite a useful tool in assessing how much water you use - visit http://t.co/ofBsbRNMLI
@bradymd @AffinityWater hi. No, it was trialled by 1 company but customers did not find the information that helpful so it was dropped (1/2)
Most water companies offer products which can help your efforts to save water in the home & garden - take a look http://t.co/dTeIwHRwyr
CUSTOMERS can listen to how water companies in Wales intend to spend their money over the next five years at… Read more
AS water bills begin to land on doormats across the country, households are being urged by the Consumer Council for… Read more
THE FUTURE of water and sewerage bills for customers in the South East will come under the spotlight at the… Read more
THE GROWING influence customers have over what they pay for their water and sewerage services is reflected in today’s announcement… Read more
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