Should Ofwat be scrapped?

Should Ofwat be scrapped?
The director of British NGO Waterwise has called for the water industry regulator Ofwat to be replaced by a new body that offers incentives to individuals and companies that take saving water into their own hands. Has he got a point?
Yes, he's right
No, Ofwat is doing a great job
No, but Ofwat needs to modernise

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