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Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water employee experiences life without water in Uganda with WaterAid

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water fundraiser, Fiona Wase, saw first-hand the difference the money she has raised for WaterAid is making during an unforgettable trip to Uganda, with the international development charity.


Dŵr Cymru receives Final Determination on its Business Plan (2015-2020)

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water has today received its Final Determination from the industry regulator, Ofwat, on the company’s Business Plan for 2015-20.


Local residents visit Welsh Waters 1 million investment site at Chester Wastewater Treatment works

Welsh Water welcomed local residents and members of the Chester Odour Forum to the company’s Chester Wastewater Treatment works on Monday 8th December to view the investment which is currently being made to the site.


Come and see Santa at Elan Valley’s Christmas Grotto

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water’s Elan Valley Estate is counting down to Christmas with a visit from Santa at its very own Christmas Grotto. With only a few days left before the big day, this is the perfect opportunity to bring the children to see Santa and to hand deliver their Christmas lists before it’s too late.


Businesses join forces to fight the festive fat

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is teaming up with supermarkets Sainsbury’s and Waitrose and water companies across the UK to encourage customers not to cause pains in the drain this Christmas.


Don't get caught out by the cold - make sure your pipes are wrapped up warm this winter

With the cold weather just about upon us, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is asking customer to join its ‘Wrap Up Wales’ campaign and avoid the disruption and inconvenience that frozen water pipes cause many households. The company is urging people to spend a few moments to protect their pipes from bursting and causing damage that can run into thousands of pounds.


Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water to invest £1.5 million in Deganwy’s wastewater system

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is to start work in January 2015 on a major investment to upgrade the wastewater network which serves Deganwy and the surrounding areas.


Welsh Water to undertake works as part of essential bridge replacement

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water will begin work on 8 December to divert a water main on Sanquhar Street in Cardiff, as part of Network Rail’s scheme to replace Windsor Road Bridge, which connects Adamsdown and Splott, with a larger, stronger crossing.