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  • Anglian Water wins award with geo technology

    Anglian Water has won a major award on the back of clean technology innovation from Green Energy Options (geo) based in Cambridge UK.

    The Green Economy Awards, formerly known as the Green Business Awards, celebrate the pioneers of Britain's green economy.

    The awards recognise excellence in environmental responsibility, reconfiguration of business models around sustainability principles, and the unsung heroes of the environmental services industry. They are the UK's most comprehensive awards on the subject.

    geo’s CEO, Patrick Caiger-Smith said: “We are thrilled to work closely with Anglian Water. Working together, we help Anglian Water’s customers understand how much water they use at home, and what uses the most water. This information effectively enables people to take practical steps to reduce their water usage and increase their water efficiency.”

    Paul Glass from Anglian Water adds: “Helping our customers to reduce the amount of water they use is as good for their bills as it is for the environment. Our figures show that by switching to a meter people use between five per cent and 15 per cent less water and, on average, save about £100 a year on their water bills.

    “With these displays, people can keep a much closer eye on their water use, which means they should be able to bring their bills down even further.

    “It may seem odd that a water company actually wants people to use less water and charge them less, but we’re serious about it. The changing climate and the predicted growth of our region mean the demand for water will increase further, so we want to help our customers make the most of the water they use, and show that water efficiency really makes a difference.”

    The Green Economy Awards are sponsored by Haymarket’s Environmental Data Services Unit.

    Anglian Water’s customer base has grown by 20 per cent in the last 20 years, but the company still provide the same amount of water today as it did in 1990 – almost 1.2 billion litres every single day - by minimising leaks and encouraging more water-wise customers.

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