Anglian Water Services Ltd Quenches thirst for excellent customer experience in East Anglia and beyond As a supplier of water and water recycling services in one of the driest areas of the UK, Anglian Water needs to make sure every drop counts — including recycling. As part of ongoing efficiency and sustainability programs, Anglian Water is transforming its operational resilience, reducing risk and enhancing service for millions of customers. As critical back-office infrastructure neared end-of-life, how could service levels be enhanced and further improved? Its region receives an average of just millimeters of rainfall each year — a third less than the rest of England.
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Over the next generation, the East of England is expected to grow faster than most of the country while at the same time receiving just two-thirds of the rainfall.
Balancing this increasing demand with a restricted supply has been the central challenge for Anglian Water to address in its latest five-year plan, which it has this week submitted to the industry regulator Ofwat.
The response it has come up with is one of the biggest spending programmes the region has seen: Anglian Water chief executive Peter Simpson said: Smart meters will also be rolled out, with half of customers being fitted with one byand the remainder by Mr Simpson said the priorities reflected those of customers, of whom more thanwere consulted, including at week-long H2OMG festival of water held at the Forum in Norwich last summer, and a travelling double-decker bus tour.
What is water resilience? But Anglian Water says the importance of its investment in resilience has been underlined twice this year, during two extremes of weather: The spending plans in Suffolk include: The company announced a raft of new transparency measures in May, as a way of bolstering public confidence in an industry that has been receiving unwelcome attention of late.The Challenge.
Serving more than six million domestic and commercial customers, Anglian Water is the largest water and wastewater company by geography in England and Wales, managing billion liters of water every day through , kilometers of pipe.
Anglian Water has today submitted its business plan covering the five year period from , to its regulator, Ofwat. The plan sets out a massive £billion investment programme making it one of the largest investments the region has ever seen. Welcome to our ﬁve-year Business Plan for to Five-year Business Plan to 5. Leading the way. Taking the lead in the water industry on major issues Southern Water. 6. Our promises. We have built this plan around you, your needs and expectations. From April , all businesses in England (including charity, public sector and not-for-profit organisations) are now able to switch their water supplier and their water sewerage or trade effluent supplier, much like you can now in the energy and telecom urbanagricultureinitiative.com out more.
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How partners and communities will work together to achieve an improved water environment for the Anglian river basin district.