Countdown to cost increases
As with widely reported household bill increases, most businesses will also be receiving higher than planned for water bills from April 2023.
Environmental targets: Defra publishes statutory water limits
Following a lengthy public consultation during 2022, the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) has secured…
TCFD a welcome tide of change
The UK government’s introduction of mandatory Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) reporting is a welcome evolution in corporate responsibility.
Claire Yeates appointed to new market committee
Waterscan’s Strategic Director, Claire Yeates, has been appointed to the newly formed market Code Change Committee.
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.
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…
Sainsbury’s chooses Self-Supply water strategy
Sainsbury’s has applied to water market regulator Ofwat for a Self-Supply licence.
Stonegate Pub Company and Heineken UK apply for Self-Supply Licences
Stonegate Pub Company and Heineken UK Ltd have applied for Self-Supply licences for water and sewerage services.
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.
Coca-Cola Europacific Partners has applied for a Self-Supply licence
CCEP is set to become the first manufacturer to take the innovative path of Self-Supply.