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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.
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.
South Staffs Water marks World Wildlife Day by announcing £7,700 investment in local biodiversity projects
To mark World Wildlife Day (Friday 3 March), South Staffs Water has announced it has awarded £7,700 in grants to six local initiatives.
South Staffs Water is encouraging lovers to swap Champagne for a humble glass of water this Valentine’s Day. We've identified five reasons why we should all love and value our wonderful and precious water supply a bit more.
West Midlands Fire and Rescue Service will be teaming up with South Staffs Water on Sunday 5th February for a training exercise to test their response to an emergency.
During the next financial year the average customer will pay just £1.49 more for their water – a 1% increase. That means they will pay less than 40p a day (£144 a year) for all the water they need for drinking, cooking, washing and cleaning.
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