Severn Trent invite Warwickshire locals to talk water

Wednesday 15th July 2017

Severn Trent is hosting a special meeting in Kenilworth next week to talk all things water with local people.

The company is encouraging Warwickshire residents to come along to chat about their water supply and to discuss improvements taking place in the area.

Malcolm Smith, community relationship advisor, says: “We’ve been working with other utility providers to make improvements to the water boosting system since Christmas, as we know there were some interruptions last year.

“We’re happy to say that the work we’ve done will reduce the chance of it happening again and we’d like to share this progress with the locals as, after all, they’re the ones who’ll see the benefits of this work”

The Severn Trent team will be at Burton Green Village Hall, Kenilworth, CV8 1PH on Wednesday 22nd February between 3.30pm and 6.30pm, anyone interested in finding out more can just turn up.

“As well as talking about the work we’re doing, we’re also going bring along plans of our pipes,” said Malcolm. “Anyone’s who’s interested can find out how we get water to taps and more about what we do as a company.”

Severn Trent look after just under 30,000 miles of water pipes in its region, this is more than any other company in England and Wales and supplies 1.8 billion litres of drinking water a day to its customers.