Northumbrian Water (NW) and Essex & Suffolk Water (ESW) are both part of Northumbrian Water Limited, a company registered in England and Wales, which is a member of Northumbrian Water Group. Click on Northumbrian Water Limited to find out more about NW and ESW. Click on Northumbrian Water Group to find out more about our owners.
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The single most essential ingredient for human life to thrive, is clean drinking water. Our work is instrumental in fulfilling our basic human needs and protecting the source of life.
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The water environment is at the heart of everything we say and everything we do as a business.
At NWG, we take care to protect and improve the environment in everything we do, leading by example
Help us deliver benefits for our natural environment, building resilience for the wildlife and people who are dependent on it
WReN is a group designed to oversee water resources planning for Yorkshire and the North East of England
By investing in biodiversity, we're protecting and enhancing our wildlife and safeguarding our future
We've got a duty to prepare and maintain a Water Resources Management Plan (WRMP)
Our Drought Plan identifies how we intend to manage a future drought identifying what actions are required
We own and maintain a variety of sites, approximately 25,460 acres, including 9,452 acres of reservoirs and 2,125 acres of woodland
We are passionate about the rivers in our operating areas, making sure they are in the best possible environmental health really matters to us
Both Northumbrian Water and Essex & Suffolk Water have catchment plans in place to improve water quality in our water sources
Our friends at the Essex Wildlife Trust have set up a live webcam feed into a roost of Soprano Pipistrelle bats, at Hanningfield Reservoir
Invasive non-native species (INNS) are plants and animals that have been accidentally or deliberately introduced to Great Britain
The Regulations provide for disclosure of, and access to, environmental information held by public authorities
Northumbrian Water Group Limited
Registered in England and Wales
Company Number: 04760441
Registered office: Northumbria House, Abbey Road, Pity Me, Durham, DH1 5FJ