Water Cost Reduction Services

Water supply has always been a tightly regulated marketplace, meaning that there has historically been very little opportunity to make savings. Yet this doesn’t mean that business users must always pay whatever their supplier invoices them.

Big changes are on the way, however. The water market is due to be deregulated in April 2017, meaning that all businesses will be able to change supplier at will, just as with electricity and gas.

More importantly, if your business uses more than 50,000m3 of water per annum, we can help you to change supplier right now. We will conduct an in-depth analysis of your water expenditure and find you the right deals at the right price. The market is set to become very competitive over the coming months, meaning that you could make some considerable savings.

We’re also adept at reviewing past invoices for erroneous charges, liaising with your supplier to claim a refund should we identify any issues. Billing inaccuracies are not uncommon in the water supply industry, and we’re frequently able to trace errors back over a number of years, claiming substantial rebates.

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