Serving over 10 million clients in Wales and England alone, it’d be amazing to know how many of its clients actually utilize the thames water phone number. Thames Water Plc. is arguable one of the largest water and wastewater servicing companies in the United Kingdom.
Though privatized in 1989, certain key aspects of its operation still remain under tight government supervision, partly because of the company’s position as a key provider of essential utility services within the region. In 2001, the company was bought by the RWE Group. It was later sold in 2006 to the Kemble Water Ltd.
Prior to the 19th century, water suppliers to London and its environs had operated on very small scale. Subsequently, an increase in population and a rise in industry meant that Londoners could no longer rely on the services of these indigenous utility providers to meet its needs. This gave rise to a network of supply systems with both local and private waterworks companies building technologically advanced water reservoirs, dams and aqueducts to meet the increase in demand.
With the advent of its privatization in 1989, Thames Water Authority became Thames Water Plc. However, this newly privatized company remained strongly under government’s scrutiny. The company had a set ceiling on the amount it could charge its customers. Additionally, it was stipulated that Thames Water must meet the standards of the European Commission, as well as meet with the requirements of UK law regarding pollution control and water quality.
According to the Office of Water Services (Ofwat) – a UK Government regulatory agency, as at 2014, of all the water and sewage companies in the country, Thames Water was the second cheapest provider of residential water and sewage charges in the United Kingdom. Also, since 2007, the company has invested millions of pounds towards its infrastructural development. Without having to use the thames water phone number, some of these projects include; the Thames Water Ring Main – which runs through the whole of London, the proposed London Tideway Tunnel system and the proposed Abingdon reservoir in Oxfordshire. As at 2014, the company’s revenues had grown in excess of £1.5 billion.
For those who are not keen on using the thames water phone number, the company is located in Berkshire, UK. Click here to use the thames Water online services i.e submit a meter reading, pay your bill or setup a direct debit. Thames water also have a Twitter page where you can get up to date information.
Thames Water Contact Number 0843 455 0163.
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Thames Water Phone Number was last modified: October 3rd, 2017 by James Williams