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Landlords urged to act to avoid costs of regulation change

Landlords of properties served by water companies in Wales risk falling foul of a rule change which means they need to keep their tenants’ details up-to-date with them – or face becoming liable for their charges.


£23 million boost to Rhondda Fach water network

Work is set to start on a £23 million scheme between Maerdy and Pontypridd which will ensure customers in the area continue to receive a first class drinking water supply for decades to come. The work is part of a £130 million nationwide investment between 2016 and 2020 by the not for profit utility company, Welsh Water, on its water network.


Welsh Waters pesticide disposal scheme achieves 100 approval rate


Welsh Water clamps down on fly-tippers

Welsh Water is warning people they could face prosecution if they are caught fly-tipping at any of its sites.


Welsh Water goes green - and secures £250 million loan from European Investment Bank to help generate even more green energy

Welsh Water has reached a key milestone in its drive to cut carbon emissions by ensuring that its sites across Wales and Herefordshire are now powered by green energy.


Welsh Water announces £34 million extra funding for customer investment

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water, the only not-for-profit water company in England and Wales, has announced how it will invest an extra £34 million following a landmark consultation with customers. 


Welsh Water investing over £6.2 million in Pembrokeshire wastewater treatment works

Keeston and Clarbeston wastewater treatment works in Pembrokeshire are set to get a multi-million pound upgrade which will help protect the environment, reduce flooding and improve river and bathing water quality in the area for decades to come.


£200,000 Investment to boost to water quality in Llangennech

A £200,000 investment is set to get underway in parts of Llangennech, Llanelli, to boost drinking water quality for customers in the area.