Research carried out by SES Business Water in conjunction with YouGov has revealed that just six per cent of small businesses with an office in England have switched water suppliers since the non-domestic market opened a year ago, even...
Jumping in puddles has taken on new meaning at one Manchester primary school after experts stepped in to help stop rain being a drain on school budgets. In a scheme which could save millions if replicated across Manchester, a team...
One year on from water deregulation in England, Kinect Energy Group’s commercial water director, Chris Quinn, expresses his concerns about the business community’s receptiveness to the changes. The deregulation of the water market came into effect on 1 April 2017...
Veolia Water Technologies (Veolia) offers a variety of solutions that can help companies to cope with interruptions in mains water supplies, as well as effective reuse and recycling technologies to reduce overall demand. A continuous supply of water is essential...
Waterscan is delighted to unveil Intellistorm® - the future of water reuse and flood resilience. Intellistorm® uniquely combines rainwater harvesting, attenuation and intelligent data gathering into one system. Where deployed, it is expected to drastically reduce site water consumption and...
Public sector water savings will not be optimised just by switching water supplier alone, a very small saving may be achieved by going out to tender for a lower price. Despite industry rumour and speculation water self-supply is way down...
By John Marsh, GTC’s Water Director The deregulation of the water retail market for non-domestic customers has received considerable attention. There has been less fanfare, however, about another important opening up of the water market in England and Wales, that...
It’s hard to remember a time when water was splashed across the headlines as frequently as it has been recently. Floods, droughts, plastics, day zero, nationalisation, privatisation, open market, self-supply…  Water is one hot topic. But there’s one subject...
Graham Mann, Water Industry Expert April 1st 2007 was a key date in the UK water industry as the water market opened its doors allowing non-residential customers to negotiate a better price on their water and waste water bills. The expectation...
For public sector organisations, switching any kind of supplier can be a lengthy and complex process – so before a contract goes out to tender, the procurement team needs to know that there’s a good reason to do so....