Data insight and management
Access meaningful insight for positive outcomes
Accurate and accessible data is the first step towards meaningful action on water stewardship. This is where you will determine whether your water use and management is appropriate for your size and sector.
Tap into our expertise and tools to establish a robust baseline from which effective strategic plans can be built and achievement of water management goals measured. Our specialist customer insight, data sets, site audit processes and analytics platform, Waterline, deliver unrivalled clarity to understand and manage your water consumption and trade effluent efficiently and responsibly.
How we can help
A cleansed data set presenting detailed visibility of your current water consumption and charges with any liabilities or issues needing attention, identified.
Ensure you’re doing everything you need to do for regulatory compliance and guide you towards best commercial and environmental practice.
An accurate baseline on which to benchmark, track progress against goals and the transparency needed to publish and report on ESG targets.
Delivering your water priorities
Cleansed, accurate, accessible data for decision making and issue rectification.
Complete visibility of water charges and confidence in their accuracy.
Opportunities identified to save water, cost and administration resources.
Peace of mind regarding legislative compliance and a confident approach to corporate ESG.
What we’ve helped clients achieve
Identify consumption anomalies and variance against best practice benchmarks requiring action.
Access to near real time data, delivering confidence in analysis and insight to enable effective decision-making.
Resolution of supplier liabilities, reducing the financial impact against full liability.
Optimise cost and process in trade effluent compliance.
BT’s journey to water Self-Supply
An interview with Matthew Power, BT’s Utilities Commercial Specialist on BT’s Journey to Water Self-Supply.
How to build a resilient business through water action
Operational resilience is the ability of an organisation and its infrastructure to avoid, cope and recover from disruption, and its ability to adapt to environmental pressures, demographic change, shifts in customer behaviour and the impacts of climate change.
Water matters: Insights for the UK’s public sector
Water is a critical asset for public sector organisations. Think for a second… How long could your frontline services continue to operate without water?
A mixed state of affairs
Traditional market structures and approaches are failing to deliver necessary improvements for water customers and the environment, reveals water market regulator Ofwat in its fourth State of the Market Report.
Water matters: Insights for the UK’s pub and restaurant sector
How long could your pub or restaurant operate without water? Chances are, after 30 minutes your onsite health & hygiene is deteriorating. A day and you’re struggling to serve customers. A week, your sites are closed, financial targets are impacted and your company reputation is at stake.
BT saves £1 million on water
BT has achieved one million pounds in savings on its water bills since switching to self-supply in 2019.
Water Matters: Insights for the UK’s leisure sector
What would happen if your business lost access to water? The chances are, within 30 minutes your facilities would grind to a halt, customers would begin to vanish, and your reputation would be tarnished.
Whitbread’s water journey
Whitbread is the UK’s largest operator of hotels and restaurants. Here, we speak with Yvonne Mason, Environment Manager and Ross Greenhalgh, Energy Manager, about how the company has moved from effective water management to industry-leading stewardship, and most recently to resilience-based forward planning.
Water matters: Insights for the UK’s manufacturing sector
At this tipping point, when water scarcity impacts our daily lives, it will be too late, far too late; especially for manufacturers, who rely on secure, consistent water supplies and effective, compliant effluent management to function.
It’s time to bring water to the board table
“If you want to make progress on global challenges, start with water”, advises the World Economic Forum.
Arla acts on water efficiency as it moooves to self-supply
The UK’s number one dairy company, Arla has been granted a licence to self-supply water by market regulator Ofwat.
David Lloyd Leisure takes the lead on water efficiency
Working in partnership with Waterscan to self-supply water David Lloyd Leisure (DLL) is the first company within the UK’s health and leisure sector to be granted a self-supply licence from…
Waterscan partners with Kellogg’s
Waterscan is working with Kellogg’s to lead the food manufacturing sector in driving water efficiency. Kellogg’s has applied for a water and sewerage self-supply licence for its Manchester site, the…
Whitbread second to gain water Self-Supply licence
Whitbread becomes second to gain water Self-Supply licence in new water market.
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We help organisations get granular with their water usage data which supports efficient and effective management of this key resource.