What to expect
Discuss where your organisation currently is on water and where it wants to be.
Understand your water goals and progress against these, and check that they are aligned with broader growth strategies.
Map stakeholder requirements to ensure that all parties’ needs are considered.
Understand priorities and challenges and their current and future potential impacts.
Assess the success or challenges you have experienced from engaging with the water market to date, including a review of current contractual arrangements.
Journey stage milestones achieved
Why it’s essential
Insights into your current situation empowers us to create a viable, comprehensive plan for water stewardship excellence on your behalf.
The due diligence undertaken at this stage enables us to fully understand every facet of your organisation’s relationship with water, laying the groundwork for a bespoke strategy that delivers the greatest impacts and return on investment. Ongoing review and analysis will ensure that your journey towards your stated goals remains on track and relevant to current business strategy.
Market regulator, Ofwat, has published an overview of developments during the business retail market’s sixth year of operation (2022-23).
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.
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.
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.
If your organisation is not conserving water as an integral part of its race to net zero, its progress will, quite simply, be impeded. Why act now: The business case for water action.
On 22nd June, Waterscan convened the first in a new annual conference, Water Matters.
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.
On 22nd September 2021, Waterscan hosted an online meeting of public sector utility and sustainability professionals on mitigating risk and maximising control through water.
What happens next?
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