Responding to today’s tariff review announcement by NI Water, Graham Smith, Head of Water Policy at the Consumer Council said : “Any increase in prices is unwelcome for non domestic consumers who pay water and sewerage charges. We have worked hard with NI Water and the Utility Regulator to make sure the increases are justified and we believe they are fair. However, we want to see NI Water continue to make improvements to the water and sewerage infrastructure and to the standards of service customers receive.
Now the weather has turned frosty and people are pulling out the winter woollies, the Consumer Council is urging consumers to get a copy of its ‘Weather the Winter’ leaflet to be winter ready in the event of severe weather.
CCNI response to Utility Regulator’s PC15 announcement
With One Direction’s Harry Styles recently being rapped by a water company for wasting water while brushing his teeth in a video post, the Consumer Council says we could all pick up a few tips on being more water efficient during World Water Week!
Continuing its campaign to help businesses make sure they aren’t paying more for their water than necessary, the Consumer Council has recently helped two NI supermarkets get over £5000 back on their water bills.
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