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David Lloyd has become one of the first companies to switch supplier ahead of the water market opening up to competition next year

Gym chain seals UK's largest water supplier switch

Sports and leisure business David Lloyd has switched to newly-formed retailer Water Plus to supply all 84 of its UK health clubs and gyms, marking the largest UK-wide water supplier switch to date.

A bathroom in Malmaison Hotel in Aberdeen, Scotland, where businesses have been able to choose their water and waste water services provider since 2008

Hotel chain set for £75,000 savings with water supplier switch

Luxury hotel group Malmaison and Hotel du Vin has signed a ground-breaking contract with Anglian Water Business (AWB) to supply water to all of its UK properties, ahead of next year's water retail market reform.

Business leaders are more concerned about road and rail infrastructure than waste management services, according to a new report from FCC.

Business leaders 'value' transport infrastructure more than waste

Business executives and urban policymakers across the world place more value on transport infrastructure than waste management services, according to a new report from FCC.

£43m has been saved through water-efficiency measures since 2008

Scottish Businesses save £100m on water bills

The benefits of a competitive water market have been made clear in Scotland, with more than £100m cut from the water bills of businesses and public sector organisations since competition was introduced in 2008.

As of April 2017, over one million English businesses will have a choice over their water supplier

Water Bill passing set to bring competition to England's £2bn water market

Businesses across the country will be able to choose their supplier of water and waste water services for the first time, with the long-awaited Water Bill granted Royal Assent last night (14 May).

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