BT has achieved one million pounds in savings on its water bills since switching to Self-Supply in 2019.
Commenting on this impressive milestone, Matthew Power, the company’s Utilities Commercial Specialist, said: “Saving such a huge amount of money in such a short amount of time is a fantastic achievement and I’m very proud of our multi-layered approach to water procurement and stewardship which has led to this success to date.
“With Waterscan’s help, we have tackled our long-unread water meters head-on and used this newfound revelatory data to identify and resolve a large number of underground leaks across our estate.
“Looking ahead, I’m looking forward to building on our work to date, confident that I can now make good strategic decisions based on sound accurate water data. A focus area for us is to boost resilience and build contingency plans for our sites in water-stressed catchment areas.”
BT’s specialist Account Manager at Waterscan, James Goodall, added: “BT has a complex property portfolio with nearly 7,000 supply points to manage. 25% of BT’s meters were classified as ‘long-unread’ (meters that have not been read for 12 months or more) when it procured water through the traditional retailer route. By engaging with the water market through Self-Supply, we have bought these long-unread meters right down to under 2%, enabling us to pinpoint areas of concern and actively reduce water consumption across the business. Further financial savings have been achieved because, as a Self-Supply customer in the water market, BT pays wholesale rather than retail
prices for water and wastewater services.”
Take a look at BT’s journey to water Self-Supply here.