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Trade effluent advice for the leisure and hospitality sectors

28/7/2020

Advice for re-opening Food Service Establishments

21/7/2020

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An update on water charges from 1 August for customers who closed during the lockdown in England

15/7/2020

John Reynolds, Castle Water CEO, gives an update on water...

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Can Water Go Bad?

14/7/2020

In this blog post, let’s talk about why people think...

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Latest News

Ofwat decides that water charges are now payable by all customers who temporarily closed during the lockdown

4/8/2020

Castle Water CEO John Reynolds sets out the details of Ofwat’s decision that water charges are now payable by all customers who temporarily closed during the lockdown...

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Meter reading activities to resume – what you need to know

7/7/2020

Meter reads are vitally important as they allow us to provide you with an accurate bill, rather than using an estimate based upon your average historical consumption. In the present...

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John Reynolds explains why submitting meter reads will help reduce your bill after you re-open

30/6/2020

In our latest blog post, Castle Water CEO John Reynolds explains why submitting two meter reads one month apart will help reduce your water bill after you re-open your business....

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Do water meters save money?

23/6/2020

Any business that wants to monitor their water usage to save water and save money should look into getting a water meter installed if they do not already have one....

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How can licensed premises safely dispose of surplus stock of kegs & casks as a result of COVID-19 closures?

16/6/2020

Many businesses have been forced to temporarily close their doors due to government restrictions put in place to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. One industry that has been...

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