Portsmouth Water is the utility company responsible for water supply and distribution in the City of Portsmouth, part of East Hampshire and part of West Sussex. They have been supplying water to Portsmouth and the surrounding area since 1857 and provide high quality public water supplies to a domestic population exceeding 698,000, as well as many important industries, large defence establishments and varied commercial businesses.
Thames Water Utilities Ltd, known as Thames Water, is the monopoly private utility company responsible for the public water supply and waste water treatment in large parts of Greater London, Luton, the Thames Valley, Surrey, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Kent, and some other areas of the United Kingdom. Thames Water supplies 15 million customers across London and the Thames Valley, everyday and treats more than 4 billion litres of sewage for 15 million customers.
South East Water is a UK supplier of drinking water to 2.2 million consumers in Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire and is a private limited company registered in England and Wales. Each day the company supplies on average 521 million litres of drinking water from its 83 water treatment works and manages more than 14,500 kilometres (about 9,000 miles) of its water mains. The company's supply area covers 5,657 square kilometres.
United Utilities Group plc (UU), the United Kingdom's largest listed water company, was founded in 1995 as a result of the merger of North West Water and NORWEB. The group manages the regulated water and waste water network in North West England, which includes Cumbria, Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside, which have a combined population of nearly seven million.
Bristol Water supplies 266 million litres of drinking water daily to over 1.2 million customers in a 2,600 km2 (1,000 sq mi) area centred on Bristol, England. It is regulated under the Water Industry Act 1991. Sewerage services in the Bristol area are provided by Wessex Water. Bristol Water was founded over 170 years ago on the principle of being for everyone, not just the wealthy few. They continue to run their business in this way, whether that be campaigning against plastic pollution or providing excellent facilities such as Chew Valley Lake for everyone to enjoy.
HWM design and manufacture monitoring and telemetry equipment for water, wastewater and gas networks, together with telemetry AMR and facilities optimisation products. Their primary focus for over 30 years has been clean water and network distribution system monitoring, however in the last few years we have expanded into new sectors which include gas, water and electricity meter consumption, gas network monitoring and sewer, river and flood monitoring.
Save the Children is a charity working in over 100 countries including the UK, to help children stay safe, healthy and learning. Save the Children lead the way on tackling big problems like pneumonia, hunger and protecting children in war, while ensuring each child's unique needs are cared for. Castle Water is working in partnership with Save the Children to give children in the UK and around the world the chance to build a better future. Together in partnership, Castle Water and Save the Children will give children in emergencies access to safe, clean drinking water when they need it the most.
The Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) — the Water Watchdog — ensures that customers get the advice and support they need. Their team is vastly experienced in providing consumers with free advice and support on every aspect of their water and sewerage services. CC Water support thousands of customers with complaints they have been unable to resolve directly with their water company. They've secured £29 million in financial redress for consumers since 2005. In addition, they carry out research on a wide range of water issues and publish their findings.