England’s water market for business customers will undergo further deregulation from April this year, enabling companies of all sizes to benefit from more competition and lower costs, as Nick Simpson, Marketing Director at SUEZ Industrial Water Ltd, explains. Business owners...
As the water industry prepares for deregulation, it is taking a look at the skills and talents of its workforce. One thing that is becoming clear is that the water industry, like many other regulated industries, is predominantly populated...

Are you ready for April 2017?

With water deregulation just around the corner… is your business ready? Commencing 1st April 2017, non-domestic users in England will for the first time be able to choose their own water supplier. This change will give businesses the opportunity...
Hot water is an often unrecognised part of energy costs since most properties have one meter that covers both heating & DHW. This means that hot water costs are absorbed into overall energy heating costs. However, the cost of...
“Water supply to businesses and charities goes competitive in April 2017. The UK Water Act 2014 established the framework to create a market that will allow millions of businesses and charities (based mainly in England) to choose their supplier...
The bottom line is important for any company. Efficient use of resources is essential in any sector, but the increasing costs of water and wastewater management mean that an inadequate water strategy can lead to businesses effectively pouring money...
SUEZ in the UK, for its activities in industrial water solutions, has signed a National Framework Agreement with Castle Water, the UK’s largest independent water retailer, for the delivery of specialist industrial water and wastewater services. The new partnership...
April 2017 brings with it the biggest reformation of the water industry in living memory. Currently, non-domestic users are only able to use their local supplier for all of their water needs, irrespective of the level of service they...
Digital technology allows us to step back and ‘smart up’ around the current cycle of water consumption and wastage. In the developed world, expectation is nothing less than a right. We open the tap, and we expect clean drinking water...
With the English Water Retail Market now open for business you may switch water supplier and negotiate better rates for your water supply going forwards. If your business is a large water user and therefore your annual water spend is substantial...