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£40 million boost for Welsh Water customers

The only not-for-profit water company in Wales and England has announced it will fund an extra £40 million of investment over the next year on projects to benefit customers.  Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water confirmed the investment as part of its not-for-profit “customer dividend”, which sees investment going directly back into water and wastewater services for our customers.


Ground-breaking environmental project will increase fish populations in the River Tywi

In a unique and ground-breaking initiative, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water and Natural Resources Wales (NRW) have agreed on an environmental programme of works which will bring long-term benefits to the River Tywi in Carmarthenshire.


Final phase of £8.5 million investment in Hook and Johnston to begin this summer

Welsh Water’s flagship investment which will deliver an environmental boost to South Pembrokeshire is about to enter its final phase of construction this summer.


Tenby and Saundersfoot £1.9m bathing water boost finishes ahead of schedule

Since the beginning of the year Welsh Water have been carrying out major investment works to the wastewater systems in both Tenby and Saundersfoot. These essential projects will bring long term benefits to the area by improving the performance of the network, reducing the risk of flooding and boosting the bathing water quality.


Welsh Water completes a major section of its £2m Porth water upgrade on schedule

A major piece of investment work which will help deliver first class drinking water to Porth residents for decades to come has been completed on time.  The work by Welsh Water on Pontypridd Road, formed part of the wider £2million upgrade into the town’s drinking water system.


Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water launches consultation on its Water Resource Management Plan