Efficiency and optimisation
Optimise your water supply and management
Data, insight, and expertise are at the core of our service. Reducing water consumption and cost is the basic foundation of good water management.
We use a range of tools and technologies to equip you to effectively manage your water usage and waste, in line with your individual goals and circumstances. Our team of expert technicians, analysts and thought leaders are here to support, regardless of your business priority or individual challenges.
How we can help
We’ll draw on our industry knowledge to implement your plan for you. Whether it’s through addressing leaks, profiling and benchmarking site performance, utilising new metering technology or simply boosting your meter reads to validate billing accuracy. Either way, you’ll be on the path to reducing your water cost and consumption.
Following our initial assessment of your direct water costs, we’ll help you achieve best value from the water market. Both in terms of procuring water and through ongoing analysis, tariff checks and delivery against service level agreements. You’ll also be confident that you’re not wasting money by paying for wasted water.
Through our bespoke suite of management and operational reports and 24/7 access to our cloud-based analytics platform, Waterline, you’ll have unrivalled access to your water data and the insight you need to take action. It means you’ll be able to spot any potential problems fast, rectify them, and be confident that you remain compliant with regulatory and environmental requirements.
Delivering your water priorities
Reduced billing administration and reliable expert support on hand.
Access to accurate data, developed into insight for strategic decision making.
Measured and managed consumption, issues identified and resolved.
Reduced costs, accruals, and informed planning.
What we’ve helped clients achieve
A 50% reduction
In water consumption against baseline, delivering a key strategic water target.
£2.7m of refunds
And £3.7m in ongoing savings for customers in 2022.
99.8% Market performance
Enhanced service delivery to drive efficiencies, we operate at 99.8% market performance score.
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.
Taking Stock; State of the Market Report
Water market regulator Ofwat has published its annual State of the Market report which outlines its assessment of the market, five years on from deregulation.
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.
Sustainability Leaders Awards 2022 finalist
Waterscan and the Self-Supply community recognised for outstanding water management.
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.
Tea at 3 event: Whitbread’s water journey
On 14th April 2021, Waterscan and Whitbread co-hosted a virtual Tea at 3 event. This was for a privately invited group of senior sustainability, procurement and utilities managers from across the UK’s hospitality, leisure, retail, manufacturing and transport sectors.
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.
Waterscan is delighted to announce that it has saved its non-household water customers £20 million since the market opened in 2017.
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.
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…
Elis partners with Waterscan
Global textile, hygiene and facility services giant Elis (formerly Berendsen) has applied to Self-Supply water and wastewater services for its 32 sites across England in support of its work to enhance site level water efficiency.
Self-Supply Success: Marston’s makes it three
Marston’s is the third company in England to be granted a licence by Ofwat to supply its own water and wastewater services.
Whitbread second to gain water Self-Supply licence
Whitbread becomes second to gain water Self-Supply licence in new water market.
Optimise your water usage
Take advantage of our proven cost and consumption savings track record, it’s the basics of what we do.