The largest business water retailer in the UK has signed up to be a Patron for Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce.
Water Plus provides a variety of services including billing, meter reading, account management, water efficiency advice and lots more for businesses of all sizes and other organisations, including those in the public sector.
With its head office in Stoke-on-Trent, the company provides services for businesses across the UK and in Scotland and has already secured national contracts including David Lloyd leisure sites.
Sue Amies-King, Chief Executive of Water Plus, said: “We know from experience businesses want services that are straightforward and easily accessible and they also want advice on water consumption and how to save on water costs.
“Here at Water Plus, we have the combined experience of Severn Trent and United Utilities to provide exactly that for businesses - both locally in Staffordshire and nationally across the UK.
“We’re delighted to become a Patron of Staffordshire Chamber of Commerce. We want to contribute to a vibrant Staffordshire economy and help businesses, whether they are large or small, understand what is happening with the water market and how to effectively manage their water costs.”
Having a business water retailer with the expertise to identify ways to reduce water consumption provides a real opportunity for businesses to make savings on water bills.
Sara Williams, Chief Executive for Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce, said: “It’s fantastic that Staffordshire is able to attract innovative businesses such as Water Plus and it’s great that the county is the place where this company, and many others, choose to blossom and grow.
“I visited the Water Plus offices in Staffordshire and met the great people they have working for them, people who clearly care about business customers and making sure they get the service they want. Water Plus is a great example of the talent and services that we are proud to support and work closely with.”
If you are a business or public sector organisation go here if want to get in touch with Water Plus or find out more about the changes in the water market.
Photo caption and credit
The photo shows Sara Williams, Chief Executive for Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce, on the left and Sue Amies-King, Chief Executive of Water Plus on the right at Two Smithfield in Stoke-on-Trent, where Water Plus is based. Photo copyright of Water Plus.
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