The Consumer Council has said it will review the Utility Regulator’s draft determination on NI Water’s proposed spending plans for 2015-21, with consumers’ priorities in mind.
Farmers and householders can potentially save money on utility bills and the Consumer Council can show them how, when it attends the Castlewellan Agricultural Show on Saturday 19 July. The organisation also plans to offer free independent advice to farms to help ensure they aren’t paying more for water than they have to.
Moy Park is celebrating after receiving the Consumer Council’s Water Champion award. The accolade was given in recognition of the food company’s efforts to reduce its water use equivalent to 52 Olympic-sized swimming pools which led to savings of over £135,000.
The Consumer Council has welcomed NI Water’s announcement that water charges for its non domestic customers will reduce from April 1 this year by an average of 4%.
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