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  • Picture of a black woman kissing her daughter while hiding from the rain under an umbrella

    Households urged to soak up April shower of bill savings

    Average water and sewerage bill set to fall by about £2 to £408 from April – but households face other potential increases from energy, council tax, mobile, broadband and TV Consumer watchdog CCW says more than a million low-income households are now receiving reduced bills through water company support schemes but large numbers still missing…

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    More than 140,000 households in Wales receive ongoing help with water bills

    Consumer watchdog CCW says more than 140,000 households are now receiving reduced bills through water company assistance but large numbers still missing out About 1 in 8 households were struggling to afford their water bill before Covid-19 struck Households clock up potential bill savings totalling £14 million over the past year after using CCW’s free…

  • Corff gwarchod defnyddwyr yn addo helpu mwy o aelwydydd i gael cymorth gan eu cwmni dŵr

    Mae cais newydd i chwalu’r rhwystrau i aelwydydd gael y cymorth sydd ei angen arnynt gan eu cwmni dŵr yn ystod Covid-19 ac adegau eraill pan fydd problemau gyda’r cyflenwad wedi’i lansio gan gorff gwarchod defnyddwyr y diwydiant. Heddiw, mae’r Cyngor Defnyddwyr Dŵr wedi cyhoeddi ei Vulnerability Manifesto sy’n nodi cyfres o ymrwymiadau i sicrhau…

  • Couple sitting together and looking over their financial paperwork

    Y CMA yn cyhoeddi ei Ganfyddiadau Cychwynnol wrth adolygu rheolaethau ar bris dŵr

    Y bore yma, cyhoeddodd yr Awdurdod Cystadleuaeth a Marchnadoedd (CMA) ei Ganfyddiadau Cychwynnol yn dilyn apelau gan bedwar cwmni dŵr yn erbyn penderfyniadau terfynol Ofwat ar reoli prisiau ar gyfer 2020-25. Mae penderfyniadau Ofwat yn nodi’r cyfanswm y gall cwmnïau dŵr ei godi ar eu cwsmeriaid yn y cyfnod hwnnw, yn ogystal â’r gwasanaethau a’r…

  • Sandbags Outside House On Flooded Road

    Water companies in Wales urged to accelerate response to climate change

    People’s consumption of water in Wales increased in 2019-20 to its highest level in five years. In 2019-20 leakage fell by 3% in Wales but remains high in the area served by the smaller water company in Wales (Hafren Dyfrdwy). Consumers in Wales were cut off from their water for an average of 14 minutes…