Three steps to save water

Saving water at home

Get water smart

It’s easy to take water for granted, just turn on the tap and out it comes. But this precious resource is increasingly under threat from climate change and growing populations.

Every litre we take from our rivers has an impact on the environment and it takes a lot of energy, CO2 and chemicals to clean and pump water to your home. The rivers we take our water from are the River Stour and River Avon.

Water meter

Switch to a water meter

This is one of the biggest things you can do to help us save water, and it’s also one of the easiest.

With a meter you’ll not only find that you naturally use less water but it will also help us find and fix leaks.

Want to hear the best part? In the first year, you could see substantial savings on your water and waste water bill up to £300 and we’ll install a water meter at your home for free.

Your water meter
Fixing leaks in road

Look out for leaks

Our customers are our eyes and ears when it comes to spotting leaks.

Detecting and repairing leaks is a top priority for us and we do everything we can to prevent them.

If you spot a leak, please let us know so that our teams can get to work finding and fixing it as quickly as possible.

Report a leak

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Our top water saving tips

We've put together a list of changes you can make to save water.

They're broken down into 3 levels, something easy everyone can do, something that takes a bit more work, and a tip if you're dedicated to saving every drop.

Saving every drip

We're building a stronger water network, tackling leaks and investing in infrastructure for long-term resilience.

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