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At South Staffs Water we deliver excellent water quality and secure and reliable water supplies supported by a first-rate customer experience to all customers and their communities.
We’ve repaired the burst main on Hagley Road, , Halesowen, B63 4QQ area.
However, customers may notice some discolouration or cloudiness in their water, in which case they should leave the tap running for 15 - 20 minutes until it clears. We would like to thank customers for their…
South Staffs Water has launched its second round of funding to actively encourage and enhance biodiversity in the local environment.
South Staffs Water has successfully prosecuted Lanes Group for illegally taking water from a hydrant through unauthorised use of a standpipe.
South Staffs Water customers can now see how well their water company is doing its job on a monthly basis with the launch of a new performance dashboard.
South Staffs Water has been awarded a prestigious industry award in recognition of its successful partnership working on a multi-million pound investment scheme.
MP and Mayor to enhance biodiversity at Jasmine Road Community Gardens after receiving £1700 from South Staffs Water PEBBLE Fund
South Staffs Water is implementing technologies to improve water-use efficiency while driving measurable improvements in customer satisfaction as part of a broader program to develop and adopt innovative solutions.
South Staffs Water today (Friday 31 March) celebrated the completion of a multi-million project as part of its ongoing commitment to providing a safe and reliable, high-quality water supply for current and future generations.
WaterAid is to receive a £44,000 donation this World Water Day (March 22) to help get safe water, sanitation and hygiene to some of the world’s poorest people – thanks to South Staffs Water.
South Staffs Water is asking customers to record their household water usage as part of its activities for Water Saving Week (20 -24 March).
South Staffs Water is inviting customers to have their say on how they think water resources should be managed in the future.
The construction phase of work to create a drinking water storage reservoir as part of the existing South Staffs Water site at Outwoods in Burton upon Trent, will begin this week.
Apprentices from South Staffs Water will be out and about in the local community during National Apprenticeship Week (which runs from 6 to 10 March) to raise awareness of the scheme and encourage new recruits.