• Make saving water the habit of a lifetime

    Today marks the end of Water Saving Week but we hope for most of you it’s just the start of a lifetime commitment to use water more wisely – and encourage others to do the same! If you’ve been following the campaign over the last week you should have soaked up lots of good reasons … Continued

  • Welsh Assembly Members back water-saving pledges

    A third of Welsh Assembly members made a pledge to save water and discovered more about how the Water Watchdog is supporting their constituents during a drop-in session in Cardiff on Tuesday. Three ministers – including Minister for the Environment Hannah Blythyn AM – were among the 20 Assembly Members (AMs) who made a commitment … Continued

  • BLOG: Saving water is music to my ears

    Music can help you save water. That was the intriguing message I read a couple of weeks ago coming out of South Africa. In a bid to save water in Cape Town authorities have been putting together playlists of songs that last two minutes to be played while showering. Basically much more fun than a … Continued

  • Water Saving Week (March 19-23) – Make a pledge to save a wedge

    Sometimes it’s hard to believe that our small actions can make a difference but when we all pull together the impact can be huge. That’s why we’re so excited to be sponsoring Water Saving Week (March 19 to 23) which is a golden opportunity to get thinking about your water habits and how you could … Continued

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    Water Watchdog offers helping hand to low-income Newtown households

    Help will be at hand for low-income residents who are struggling to afford their water bills when Wales’ Water Watchdog meets in Newtown next Friday (23 March). The Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) is inviting households to discover more about the support that exists for the one in eight customers in Wales that have told … Continued

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    Castle Water told to address unacceptable complaint numbers

    The Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) has told England’s second largest water retailer, Castle Water, to address unacceptable levels of complaints from its customers. The Water Watchdog has been increasing the pressure on the retailer after several months of high complaint levels to CCWater from businesses and other non-household customers served by Castle Water. The … Continued