As the cost of living crisis continues, we have a number of ways we may be able to help you and make your bills more affordable.
Our cost of living support is designed to support our customers and bring awareness to the range of available options which would benefit households and reduce water usage.
We have a number of ways we may be able to help
Water and sewerage tariff for low income households on means-tested benefits to reduce future charges.
WaterSure Wales Tariff
Metered water and sewerage tariff for low income families in receipt of a qualifying benefit.
Customer Assistance Fund
The Customer Assistance Fund is designed to help those in severe financial hardship to clear debt and get on top of their payments.
Water Direct Scheme
Allows customers to clear arrears and on-going charges directly from their benefits at an affordable rate.
Metered water and sewerage tariff for customers on a high fix annual charge, or for low users of water or for those who live on their own, could help reduce on going charges.
If you already owe us money
We know that being in debt can be stressful and it can be hard to make the first call. Here's how we can help if you are in arrears on your account.
Cymuned Support Fund
The scheme offers short term support to working households who find themselves in a situation where their bills exceed their income.
Cymuned is a financial support offering from Welsh Water, in partnership with Citizens Advice, Warm Wales and StepChange Debt Charity, which aims to help working households who are struggling to afford the essentials, like their water bill.Read more about Cymuned here
Our Community Team actively promotes the support offered and regularly attend affordability events held in communities across our service region.
See below for a full list of events.
Get impartial advice
The Consumer Council for Water
The Consumer Council for Water provide impartial advice and guidance relating to any kind of household water supply or sewerage issue.Find out more
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We use lots of water in our homes, but there are really easy ways that you can save water in your home and garden to save money and energy.Save Water
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