Business continuity and operational resilience
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.
The five commercial risks of water scarcity
As understanding of the climate crisis grows, consumers, governments and providers of capital are responding with higher expectations of brands and companies to adapt accordingly, to safeguard natural resources and secure a resilient, future-proof business.
Evaluating operational resilience for water customers: Deregulation deconstructed
Deregulation deconstructed. The majority of businesses want the water market to deliver a reliable water supply without interruption above all else. Had the water market provided the reassurance they seek?
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.
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?
Mitigating water risks for the public sector
On 22nd September 2021, Waterscan hosted an online meeting of public sector utility and sustainability professionals on mitigating risk and maximising control through water.
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.
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.