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The rise of rising block tariffs  

The rise of rising block tariffs  

Businesses and organisations that consume large volumes of water could soon see their bills rise dramatically with the introduction of a range of new pricing structures.
Water matters: Insights for the UK’s universities sector

Water matters: Insights for the UK’s universities sector

What would happen if there was a shortage of water across your campus? Within a couple of hours, facilities and administrative teams are under pressure to find solutions.
The water market moves forward

The water market moves forward

The Self-Supply community convened for its Spring Briefing on 7th March, welcoming speakers from market regulator Ofwat and market operator MOSL.
Smart water meters: A 3 minute guide

Smart water meters: A 3 minute guide

Although smart metering for gas and electricity is fast becoming the norm, the adoption of smart meters across UK water networks remains in its infancy.
Self-Supply Users Forum: Reflections and opportunities

Self-Supply Users Forum: Reflections and opportunities

On 7th December, Waterscan hosted a meeting for Self-Supply companies to reflect on developments across the market over the past year and look ahead to how the sector plans to develop its approach in 2024.
Water strategy for universities: a path to sustainability

Water strategy for universities: a path to sustainability

In a world where water scarcity is intensifying, the UK’s universities have a crucial role to play.
Self-Supply Users Briefing: Horizon scanning

Self-Supply Users Briefing: Horizon scanning

The Self-Supply community met for a quarterly update briefing, hosted by Waterscan, on 14th September 2023.
Water matters: Insights for the UK’s public sector

Water matters: Insights for the UK’s public sector

How long could your frontline services continue to operate without water? The chances are, you’ve got about 10 minutes before vulnerable members of society are put at risk.
Water matters: Insights for the UK’s pub and restaurant sector

Water matters: Insights for the UK’s pub and restaurant sector

How long could your pub or restaurant operate without water? The chances are, you’ve got about 10 minutes before your customers stop getting served.
Water Matters: Insights for the UK’s hotel and leisure sector

Water Matters: Insights for the UK’s hotel and 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.