Revealing your water risks and opportunities

Building on our initial discovery work, now we can delve into the detail of your water usage and spend, create baseline data sets, review industry benchmarks, and identify potential problems to address. 

Our team will cross reference multiple data sets and audit onsite process to optimise your data quality and reveal a clear picture of your current water status. We will then have a sound base on which to make strategic decisions and build your efficient and resilient water future.

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.

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What happens next?

Gain the visibility and insight required to action change

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