11 August 2017

SURVEY: How has water deregulation affected your business?

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Since April, the way businesses in England pay for their water has changed. A deregulated market means that customers can choose their provider, similar to electricity and gas supply. But have manufacturers taken advantage of these changes?

Works Management and Utilitywise have partnered to develop a survey of manufacturing site leaders' attitudes to energy supply, and whether the change in legislation has had any impact.

The survey takes just two minutes to complete - your answers will go towards providing an insight into water deregulation awareness, and overall feelings on energy costs and usage.

And, as an added incentive for taking part, we will have a prize draw - all respondents going into the hat with one winner getting to choose from: a Fitbit Blaze™ Smart Fitness Watch, a Kindle Voyage, or a £150 voucher to spend at John Lewis or Amazon.

You can access the survey, here.


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