Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water Contact Number0843 658 6896
Use the Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water Phone Number to:
- Pay a bill.
- Request a water meter fitting.
- Report a change in address or loss in supply.
Useful Welsh Water Phone Numbers:
|Welsh Water||Phone Numbers|
|Welsh Water Head Office||0843 658 6896|
|Meter Fittings||0843 658 6896|
|Billing Enquiries||0843 658 6896|
What Does Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water Do?
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is a water and sewerage supply company serving areas of Wales. The areas it covers include: parts of the Wirral and Cheshire and parts of Gloucestershire as well as the catchments of River Dee in Snowdonia, River Clywd near Rhyl, River Usk near Newport and River Wye near the English Border. For full details of where it covers, call the Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water contact number. The company provides three million people with water and as with all water companies, is regulated under the Water Act 1991. The business is owned and financed by Glas Cymru. The company headquarters are in Nelson, Wales and there are currently 3,000 employees. Welsh Water operates 81 reservoirs, 105 water treatment works, and supplies over 800 litres of water every day. For more information about this call the Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water contact number now on 0843 557 3587.
Water Meters From Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water
If you are looking to save money on your water bills and you don’t use a lot of water or live on your own, you may find that you could benefit from switching from a fixed, unmeasured tariff to having a water meter monitor your usage. By making the switch, you might find that you save a substantial amount when compared with your original monthly bill.
For domestic customers, it is free to have a meter installed. Customers have also reported that they find themselves saving water when they are paying for the use of it o na pay as you go basis, which works out better for everyone, as it allows you to personally be in control of reducing your carbon footprint.
If you requested to have the meter installed and find that it isn’t working for you, you are free to go back to your unmeasured monthly charge any time up to a month after 12 months worth of bills have been issued from the date the meter was installed. If you have moved into a property with a water meter installed, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water are unfortunately unable to remove it.
The way that charges for measured billing works is a fixed service charge plus the amount of water you use. If you make the decision to switch over to a water meter, you will be sent a bill every six month, when Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water come to read the meters in your local area. Because of this, you will not receive an annual unmeasured bill.
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water Background
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water originated from the privatisation of Welsh Water Authority that was created in 1973. It took over several public bodies including: South West Wales River Authority, Glamorgan River Authority, Pembrokeshire Water Board and Central Flintshire Water Board. For more information about Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water, visit the site here.
April 11th 2014
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water has reported an enormous increase in profits. The latest figures show that they have gone up from £25 million to £30 million. The company have also introduced a below-inflation price increase for customers as of next April. This will be the fifth consecutive year they will do so.
The chief executive of Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water, Chris Jones, said that the results came from “hard work”. Chris Jones said: “Many of our customers are finding it tough to make ends meet and we are committed to keeping our own costs as low as possible and to help even more of our most disadvantaged customers.”
Research done by Cardiff University suggested that Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is contributing over £1 billion every year to the Welsh economy. They have investment projects that include water treatment plants across North Wales serving 70,000 customers. The services run from Colwyn Bay to Llandudno.
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is managed by a not-for-profit company called Glas Cymru. They have owned the company since 2001. Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water originated from the privatisation of water supply and waste water in 1989 by the Welsh Water Authority.
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