Read our latest magazine to find out what's been happening at Wessex Water
Showing 1 to 10 of 41.
The new Wessex Water Foundation, a multi-million pound initiative launched by the water and sewerage company, will mainly benefit people hit hardest by the Covid-19 crisis in its first year.
Wildlife across the Wessex Water region is benefiting from two decades of funding by our Partners Programme.
Commitment to helping customers is embedded in Wessex Water’s working culture, according to an independent report.
More than 5,000 frontline NHS workers that are required to wash their uniform at home and more often during the current coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak have applied for a water bill rebate from Wessex Water and Bristol Water.
Customers are tapping into the benefits of record investment and lower bills in the Wessex Water region.
We’re starting work to repair sewers in the North Quay area of Weymouth during March.
The Bath Half Marathon and Wessex Water have joined forces to help banish plastic bottles from the famous race.
Only Santa knows what was on Peppa Pig’s Christmas list, but she would surely want Mummy and Daddy Pig rescued from Wessex Water’s sewers after they were flushed down someone’s loo.
Wessex Water is building a new sewer to serve Chippenham’s High Street, meaning the road will be closed on non-market days from 5 January 2020.
Wessex Water has been recognised as a top performing water company by regulator Ofwat as it continues to provide outstanding service for customers.
Connect With Us on Social Media