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Welsh Water tops customer service with strong half-year performance

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water has today announced its half-year results which confirms that its strong performance over the past six months has enabled the company to deliver £123 million of investment and strong levels of service to its customers in the six months to September 2015.


Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water builds on success

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water has been rated as the best water and sewerage company in the industry in helping to facilitate development and growth across the communities it serves, according to independent water industry measures.


Changes confirmed to Glas Cymru Board

The Board of Glas Cymru, which owns Welsh Water - the water and sewerage provider to over three million people across most of Wales, Herefordshire and parts of Deeside - has today confirmed two changes to its Board.


£2.7 million investment to start in Mumbles

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is to invest £2.7 million on a major project which will improve the bathing water quality in the Mumbles area of Swansea.


Big Dam Open Day at Elan Valley: Wednesday 28th October

A chance for visitors to gain an exclusive adventure into Pen y Garreg Dam.Dive into the history of the engineering that made Elan.


Welsh Water and Cynnal Cymru working together to create a more sustainable Wales

Welsh Water is proud to be sponsoring the first ‘Sustain Wales’ Awards to celebrate the fantastic work being done by individuals and organisations in Wales who work under the sustainable development umbrella.


Statement from Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water

Re: NAO Report. A Welsh Water spokesperson said:“We are currently reviewing the content of the National Audit Office’s report into the economic regulation of the water industry which raises a number of important issues."


Welsh Water’s £2 million boost to Hereford’s drinking water network

Welsh Water is due to start work on a major £2million investment project which will ensure customers in the Brimfield, Little Hereford, Middleton and Bleathwood areas of Hereford continue to receive a first class drinking water supply for decades to come.