Welcome to water2business.
Where service and value for money goes hand in hand. Your water is our business and we believe there is always an opportunity to make an improvement – whether that be to the bottom line, efficiency targets or corporate and social responsibility.
As we move in to the new era offered by the water market reform, Wessex Water and Bristol Water have come together to rebrand our dedicated business service divisions as one entity; water2business.
Combining business specialism and a tailored approach with the cumulative industry expertise of two of the country’s major water and waste water suppliers; we are uniquely positioned to meet your business water requirements – giving you total understanding of your water consumption and how best you can reduce costs and improve your environmental performance.
The second of our four roundtable debates proved a success this week, with business leaders enjoying the beautiful location of Knighthayes Court whilst debating the importance of sustainability for growing businesses – a subject that is climbing the boardroom agenda in today’s increasingly resource-constrained, sustainability-minded world. With a mix of regional companies such as LHA Architects, Exeter…Find out more
Water2business in the news – discussing how we can help schools review their water supply and drive down costs and waste in time for market reform. Our article offering expert advice to the school’s market has featured in leading educational publications such as Academy Today, Building for Education and Independent Education. Read the full article…Find out more
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Work begins on Bath Riverside Park
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Work starts on energy-from-waste facility
Work has commenced on an energy-from-waste facility in Gloucestershire, which aims to make electricity to power 25,000 homes…