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Warning – phishing site and emails pretending to be us

Computer warning
Unfortunately, scammers and phishers are taking advantage of our trusted position in providing your water supply, and we’re aware of a website posing to be us. Our website address will always be – if you see ‘plc’ in the web address, this is not us. Please also be aware that emails coming from us…Read More

Bristol Water launches first of kind education portal

Bristol Water Foundation Squidge n Snap
We’ve launched a fun new education portal to both educate and debunk on all things water. Designed throughout lockdown, it’s the first of its kind from any utility company and is brimming with over 40 colourful experiments, worksheets and more for KS2 upwards on all things water and environment. Sharna Smith, Professor of watery…Read More

COVID-19 customer update

Last updated: Tuesday 5 January 2020 Please note: This page will change based on the latest updates from the Government. Please refer to the ‘last updated’ box above. Due to the latest Government announcement and increased risk surrounding COVID-19 we have had to make some changes to our regular services. Urgent work (no water, very…Read More

Vigo and Blagdon Woods affected by Ash dieback

Vigo and Blagdon woods are the latest locations to be affected by a deadly disease running rampant in Ash tress across the country and beyond. The disease is known as Ash dieback and experts believe 95% of UK trees will be lost to it this decade. Natasha Clarke, Environment Manger at Bristol Water, said: “Just…Read More

Ecological context

Every time we turn on a tap we take water from nature. A lot. On average customers in the Bristol Water area need somewhere in the region of 270 million litres a day! That’s 270,000 tonnes of water we take from the environment. This water is unfit for human consumption and requires energy and chemicals…Read More

Making a difference with our education assets

These have been really tough times for all of us, a global pandemic, furlough’s, working from home, our schools not always being open and all those fun things we enjoy have either stopped, re-started and stopped again under lockdown. So maybe it was a good time to launch our new suite of education assets and…Read More

An ecological emergency – linking the blue and green stuff…

Wildflower meadows
As the Environment Manager at Bristol Water it’s no surprise that I want water to be used efficiently. I want there to be enough left for all the bugs, beasts and plants around us. In February this year, Bristol City Council announced an Ecological Emergency. Along with many local businesses and organisations (including us) ,…Read More

Bristol Water acknowledged as top performer for rate of complaints

CCW Bristol Water customer complaints
Bristol Water has today (Thursday 24 September) been acknowledged as an industry top performer for its rate of complaints in the CCW Household Complaints Report.   Bristol Water’s household written complaints are 34% lower on the previous year, while escalated complaints and those sent directly to CCW, who represent the interest of water customers, are…Read More

What you can do if your water tastes or smells funny

If your tap water tastes or smells funny, it’s usually nothing to worry about. In fact there are a few reasons your water might have a unfamiliar taste or smell, most are totally harmless and completely fixable. The main tastes or smells most people report from their taps are: Chlorine type smellTCP type tasteEarthy, or…Read More