What to expect
Gain detailed visibility of how much water you’re actually using, when and where.
Guarantee regulatory compliance around environmental, trade effluent and abstraction licences.
Identify any inaccuracies in your water bills and understand consumption versus discharge spend.
Create appropriate baseline consumption to detect anomalies, create milestones and track progress.
Awareness of options to achieve optimal benefits from the deregulated water market.
See the bigger picture with sector and site profile benchmark data.
Report progress against publicly stated ESG targets with confidence.
Journey stage milestones achieved
Why it’s essential
An optimised, easily accessible, clean and accurate data set acts as the foundation for any efficiency work. The insight gained at this stage will immediately highlight areas of focus, guiding us towards the initiatives that will have the most impact for your business, and for the environment.
Beyond the initial data work, Waterscan customers enjoy unrivalled detail and real-time insight into their water consumption via Waterline, Waterscan’s unique data and reporting platform. This provides customers with transparency, more incisive tracking of key metrics and the ability to influence and accelerate progress on water.
Market regulator, Ofwat, has published an overview of developments during the business retail market’s sixth year of operation (2022-23).
Boots has been granted a Water and Sewerage Self-Supply licence (WSSL) by industry regulator, Ofwat. With 2,200 stores across the UK, Boots has partnered with Waterscan to facilitate the licence application and to manage the transition to Self-Supply.
The Strategic Panel is getting tough on getting smart.
As with widely reported household bill increases, most businesses will also be receiving higher than planned for water bills from April 2023.
Most British businesses, unless they Self-Supply or have a non-standard tariff agreement, were subjected to three cost hikes in April.
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.
Traditional market structures and approaches are failing to deliver necessary improvements for water customers and the environment, reveals water market regulator Ofwat in its fourth State of the Market Report.
BT has achieved one million pounds in savings on its water bills since switching to self-supply in 2019.
Whitbread is the UK’s largest operator of hotels and restaurants. Here, we speak with Yvonne Mason, Environment Manager and Ross Greenhalgh, Energy Manager, about how the company has moved from effective water management to industry-leading stewardship, and most recently to resilience-based forward planning.
The UK’s number one dairy company, Arla has been granted a licence to self-supply water by market regulator Ofwat.
Ofwat has granted water self-supply licences (WSSLs) to John Lewis PLC and Kellogg’s in a move that will see self-supply operable in two new commercial sectors: retail and food manufacturing.
In August 2019, John Lewis PLC became the first UK retailer to apply to Ofwat for a water and sewerage Self-Supply licence.
Waterscan is working with Kellogg’s to lead the food manufacturing sector in driving water efficiency. Kellogg’s has applied for a water and sewerage self-supply licence for its Manchester site, the…
Blackpool Council has been awarded a water Self-Supply licence by Ofwat.
What happens next?
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