Households and businesses in Walsall with any concerns about their water supply or bills can quiz water company bosses and the Consumer Council for Water later this month.
CCWater will be opening up the floor for consumers to float their views at the watchdog’s next meeting in public in Walsall Central Library on Tuesday, February 23.
The meeting will be attended by the Chief Executives of the region’s two water companies – Severn Trent Water and South Staffs and Cambridge Water – along with other regulators and members of CCWater’s committee.
Professor Bernard Crump, who Chairs CCWater’s Central and Eastern Committee, said: “This is a really good opportunity for consumers in Walsall to put their concerns directly to water company bosses and CCWater’s committee.
“It’s our job to make sure water companies listen to their customers and act on their views, so don’t miss the chance to make your voice heard.”
Water company chiefs will use part of the meeting to highlight what they are doing to improve water quality and provide more support to customers struggling to pay their bills.
The meeting will start at 1pm and anyone interested in attending is asked to notify Policy Manager Gemma Domican by emailing email@example.com
For more information call the CCWater media team on 0121 345 1005