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Innovation in the pipeline

By |December 1st, 2016|

Anglian Water’s Direct of Asset Management Chris Newsome spoke at the All-Party Parliamentary Water Group’s Innovation Reception  in Westminster this week. In this blog he gives a flavour of some of the new approaches we spoke to […]

Struggling to pay? We’re here to help

By |November 30th, 2016|

Every day we get the chance to speak to customers from different background with a range of circumstances. It’s mainly customers struggling to manage their payments to Anglian Water and our focus is to […]

Where will water come from in 50 years?

By |October 20th, 2016|

Anglian Water’s director of regulation Jean Spencer, chair a water industry project looking at the future of water resources in the UK, writes about an important new report, the Water Resources Long Term Planning […]

Setting out how we care for wildlife

By |October 11th, 2016|

We have launched our new Biodiversity Strategy – setting out how it will care for the incredible wildlife on its sites.

The aim is to set out what our company will do to protect and […]

Can you save money on your water bill?

By |October 5th, 2016|

We work hard to get clean, healthy water to your home, and to remove and treat used water. We believe that the bill for your water and sewerage service is great value for money, […]

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    Got a spare £600million? How water companies are working to tackle the ‘slugs’ of the pesticide world

Got a spare £600million? How water companies are working to tackle the ‘slugs’ of the pesticide world

By |September 14th, 2016|

The slug killing pesticide metaldehyde is to water companies what slugs are to farmers; a costly problem; a £600million problem.
That’s how much we estimate it would cost to set up drinking water treatment for […]

Let’s talk about wellbeing

By |July 14th, 2016|

Just the other day, as I was jumping into the car between meetings, I caught the last snippet of a piece on the radio. To my astonishment it seemed to suggest that talking about […]

Flooding: Our seven asks for the Government

By |July 1st, 2016|

Water is our business – and in the East of England it provides us, and many others, with a lot of challenges.

On the one hand ours is the driest region in the UK with […]

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    UK’s largest metaldehyde-free farming trial expanded for a second year

UK’s largest metaldehyde-free farming trial expanded for a second year

By |June 14th, 2016|

The UK’s largest ever metaldehyde-free farming trial has been expanded after successful first year results achieved a 60% drop in levels of the chemical detected in reservoir tributaries.

Year two of the Slug It Out […]

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    Volunteers show how much they care for our rivers and beaches

Volunteers show how much they care for our rivers and beaches

By |June 3rd, 2016|

This week is National Volunteers Week, a time to celebrate the achievements of RiverCare and BeachCare volunteers throughout the region who give up their spare time to protect waterways and coastlines.

We are extremely proud […]