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The WWT Drinking Water Quality Conference is held in association with:

 

Anglian Water

Anglian Water supplies water and water recycling services to more than six million domestic and business customers in the east of England and Hartlepool. Its population has grown by 20% in the last 20 years, but it still provides the same amount of water today as it did in 1990 – almost 1.2 billion litres every single day. How? By minimising leaks and encouraging more waterwise customers. Its huge region stretches from the Humber north of Grimsby to the Thames estuary and then from Buckinghamshire to Lowestoft on the east coast. Anglian Water is the largest water and water recycling company in England and Wales by geographic area. It’s also one of the driest regions in the country, with just 600 millimetres of rain each year, on average a third less than the rest of England. Compared to others, large parts of its region are typically flat and low-lying. With few hills around to help out with gravity, it has to rely on pumping water from place to place and that uses lots of energy. Because of the size of the region, it operates 1,257 water and water recycling treatment works. This is around a quarter of all those in England and Wales. Its coastline is approximately 1,240 km long and the recycled water it returns to nature must pass strict quality standards set by law and by regulators.

For more information, please visit: www.anglianwater.co.uk