Water retail

Related content

Five other businesses have been granted water self-supply licences this year, but John Lewis & Partners would be the first retailer. Image: WaterScan

John Lewis applies for water self-supply licence in first for UK retail

John Lewis & Partners has become the first UK retailer to apply for a water self-supply licence, in a bid to reduce water use and deliver savings.

The licence comes into effect on 14 August

Nottingham City Council granted water self-supply licence

Nottingham City Council has been granted a licence to self-supply water from next month, in a bid to minimise costs and cut water wastage.

Kellogg's seeks water self-supply licence for Manchester operations

Food manufacturing giant Kellogg's has applied for a water and sewerage self-supply license for its Manchester facility, in a bid to gain greater control on water usage and generate savings.

Heineken granted water self-supply licence for UK operations

Brewer Heineken has been granted a self-supply licence to deliver its own water and wastewater services for all of its UK operations, in a move it claims will bolster its water stewardship efforts.

Greene King saving more than 600,000 pints of water daily since water retail switch

Pub chain and brewer Greene King has revealed that it is saving more than 600,000 pints of water each day since obtaining a self-supply licence to deliver its own water and wastewater services last year.


Suggested keywords