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    Taking Stock

    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.

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    Water: 2022’s Wake-Up Call for All

    If the number of column inches given over to dwindling water resources is anything to go by, the summer of 2022 has been an unwelcome wake-up call for reporters and readers alike. It has been a very long time since alarm bells over water security rang so loudly.

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    A Watershed Moment

    Early next year in New York, the United Nations will be holding a dedicated conference on water. It is timed to mark the mid-point in the International Decade of Action on Water 2018-2028.

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    How Far is Far Enough?

    Responding to The Environment Agency’s National Framework, which predicts that an extra four billion litres (25% of the current daily volume) of public water supply will be needed by 2050, Defra has boldly put water conservation front and centre of its plan to create legally-binding environmental targets.

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    Defra Seeks Statutory Water Limits

    Water preservation is as critical as improving air quality, biodiversity and resource efficiency/waste reduction, according to Defra, the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs.
    Following a public consultation, the government department will be putting its proposals for a statutory framework around reducing household and non-household water demand before Parliament this October. This new statutory driver will ensure that protecting our water supplies for the future has the focus it badly needs.
    Find out what is being proposed, why it is important, and how it is likely to affect all UK businesses in our Instant Expert guide to DEFRA’s Environmental Targets.

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    Time to Scrutinise

    At a time when spiralling energy costs, spurred on by the Ukraine conflict, monopolise the headlines, protecting highly challenged profit margins by paying only for precisely the water that you consume and process has never been more important.

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