Global sustainability rating success for largest water retailer

Water Plus is now ranked in the top 30% of companies across the world for its approach around Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), after it successfully increased its rating

How saving water, saves energy and cuts carbon for organisations

Saving water at your organisation can save energy – helping lower Scope 1 and 2 emissions and cut future running costs too

International award for helping organisations reduce impacts on natural resources and promoting environmental best practice

Water Plus has been recognised with an international green award for its leading work helping organisations to cut water waste and impacts on the environment

Deeper water data delivers results for multi-site organisations, cutting waste and highlighting risks of disruption, new figures show

More than 400 data loggers have been installed in just six months to track water use more closely across 24 hours and spot opportunities to cut waste at organisations in England and Scotland

Where’s the carbon in water – and how it’ll help your Net Zero aims

By Barry McGovaney, Sustainability Lead and Innovation & Technology Manager for Water Plus, the UK’s largest water retailer

How water helps your organisation reach Net Zero (and UN Sustainable Development Goals)

By Laura McNamee, Festival Net Zero 2021 panellist and Head of Sustainability and Customer Products at Water Plus

Water cutting tech trials taking place this year to minimise impacts on the environment

The UK’s largest water retailer will introduce and trial flush-cutting technology this year as part of its Commitment to the Environment

Festival Net Zero: Co-operation and partnership on the road to net zero

Experts from Co-op Power, Schneider Electric and Water Plus took to the stage to discuss the importance of collaboration, as well as why you can’t go net zero without thinking about water

Water saving at work ‘is lagging behind turning off the taps at home’

Despite nearly two-thirds of public sector workers in England and Scotland saying they have cut the amount of water they use at home, less than half are taking these practices to work

‘Water market isn’t fundamentally flawed, it just needs time to evolve’

That’s the verdict from Tony McHardy, Corporate Director at Water Plus, who spoke to ELN Editor Sumit Bose at this year’s Energy Live Consultancy Conference at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester.