Every business uses water in a unique way, but one certainty is the simple fact that for most businesses, when the water supply is disrupted, they can find daily operations will grind to a halt.
Disruption to services is something no business should have to deal with. Luckily for Castle Water customers, this is never the case. Customers have access to contingency planning through one of our specialist partners to ensure continuity is in place, and your business isn’t left without water for long periods.
Whether it’s simply the supply of bottled water, or bulk supplies and tankered water which need to be delivered to address water supply in emergencies, Castle Water customers are assured of water supply continuity.
Imagine that right now, all the water in your building went off. Would you know what to do, where to get water from for operations to continue, and who to call?
Water contingency planning is the simple process of figuring out ahead of time what a business would need when water stops. It generally falls into three steps:
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When your business has a dependence on water, it should have emergency planning in place. Industries which would commonly need emergency water are:
Even if you’re running a small business, having water supply emergency procedures can prove beneficial.
In the event of an interruption to usual water supply or a planned increase in demand, Castle Water offers alternative and emergency provision in partnership with Water Direct. The services customers can avail of include:
If you’d like to know which service would best suit your business, talk to one the Castle Water customer team right now, by clicking the chat icon in the bottom corner of this page and chatting with Waterbot.
Many people, quite rightfully, aren’t fully assured they’ll know their water supply emergency procedures that their current water retailer provides, or if they have such services available.
Situations businesses often find themselves in when emergency water is needed include:
If these are areas you wouldn’t want your businesses to come across, you’ll want to consider having a contingency plan.
Contact us to find out more about standby water and contingency planning for water outages, emergency supplies, temporary water for events and assured response contracts.
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