With the extended spell of hot, dry weather set to continue for a while longer, South Staffs Water’s (SSW) employees have been out and about in the local community. As part of SSW’s ongoing customer engagement activity during the heatwave, the water company is sending out its media vehicle to various locations across its supply area to spread its water efficiency message, reassure the public and dispense free water efficiency devices.
With this Summer potentially turning into one of the hottest on record, South Staffs Water has plans in place to ensure its customers have a secure water supply in case the current hot, dry weather continues.
South Staffs Water has teamed up with Amazon Alexa to reach out to our customers like never before. We've launched a new service, which will enable you to talk to us from the comfort of your own home, via your Alexa virtual assistant.
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