Interest in self-supply water licences is growing as sustainability targets make water efficiency a priority for more companies. This is according to WaterScan managing director Neil Pendle, who talks to Utility Week about how industry can work together to lower consumption and what role Ofwat's innovation competition can play.
Brewer and pub retailer Greene King was the first company to make the plunge into the world of self-supply. But it isn’t the only company to have taken this route. Utility Week takes a look at some of the other companies hoping to benefit from providing their own water retail services.
Pub chain and brewer Greene King has revealed that it is saving more than 600,000 pints of water each day since obtaining a self-supply licence to deliver its own water and wastewater services last year.