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Average water and sewerage bills in England and Wales will rise by 5.7% from April to about £376 per household.
"Inflation feeds through into water bills, and this is driving these rises," Regina Finn, Ofwat's chief executive, said in a statement on Tuesday.
"We understand that any bill rise is unwelcome, particularly in tough economic times. We will make sure customers get value for money," she said.
Originally posted by brommas
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Seriously, water should not be this expensive, with all the crap they put in it now they should be paying us to drink it.
Anyone in the uk that has 2 hours and about 75 pounds spare, take a look at using a basic reverse osmosis filtration system, costs around 20 pounds a year in filters and the water is alot safer and tastes way better.
Anyone wants further details pm me and i will give you a link to where i got mine which is the cheapest placei have found them.
Originally posted by DrHammondStoat
You know that if you don't pay the water company can't actually do anything about it. If they cut you off they are legally obliged to provide you with another source of clean water, either bottled or a pump. Obviously that would incur a great deal of expense and effort on their part, so they don't do it. The water company can send letters and knock on your door but nothing else actually happens.