2018 News (Saving water)

Bournemouth Water supports World Toilet Day

620 million children globally do not have access to a decent toilet at school, harming their education, health and life chances, according to a new WaterAid report.


Water resources update

Bournemouth Water’s Head of Environment, Rob Scarrott, said: “The summer holidays have come to an end and autumn is just around the corner. Despite some recent rain, May through to August was very dry and warm overall – the Met Office has declared the summer of 2018 as the joint hottest on record with 2006, 2003 and 1976.


Weekly dry weather update: 16 August 2018

Visitors to Christchurch Carnival on Saturday (18 September) are invited to visit the Bournemouth Water stand and take a water-saving pledge to be in with a chance of winning a £100 shopping voucher or one of three water butts.


Weekly dry weather update: 10 August 2018

New figures released by Bournemouth Water show how demand for water skyrocketed in July, following a month of near record-breaking temperatures.


Weekly dry weather update: 2 August 2018

Recent rainfall has temporarily reduced demand for water, giving Bournemouth Water’s treatment works, pumps and staff a welcome respite after weeks of hot, dry weather.


Weekly dry weather update: 26 July 2018

After weeks of hot, dry weather and increased demand for water, Bournemouth Water is asking everyone to use water wisely to help conserve supplies.


Weekly dry weather update: 20 July 2018

As the region prepares to welcome thousands of holidaymakers over the school summer break, Bournemouth Water is asking everyone to use water wisely. 


Make a difference this World Water Day

Bournemouth Water is donating £2 to WaterAid for every customer that responds to a public consultation on its business proposals for 2020-2025.