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We are working with our communities, our regulators and government to manage the effect of taking water from sensitive habitats and to maintain flows in local rivers.
We understand the significant impacts of our operations to abstract, treat and distribute high quality safe water to customers. We are committed to continual improvement, prevention of pollution and compliance with environmental legislation, regulations and other requirements applicable to us. We will manage and report on our business plan environmental commitments through our integrated management system. Our Environmental policy outlines our commitment.
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20 July 20
Affinity Water and Cambridge Water team up with farmers to benefit the environment, drinking water and soil health } read on
13 May 20
Affinity Water has been working in partnership with Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust to carry out environmental improvements to Hilfield Park Reservoir near Bushey. } read on
03 July 19
The agricultural community came together on the 26 and 27 June for the UK’s largest no-till farming event, Groundswell 2019, to learn more about sustainable farming practices and improving the wider environment. } read on
24 May 19
Year five pupils from Wenlock C of E Junior School in Luton swapped the classroom for the outdoors on Wednesday 22 May, to see first-hand how water gets from source to tap. } read on
Working in our communities to improve the habitat and flow of rivers.
We are committed to protecting, restoring and enhancing the different forms of living organisms on our sites.
Dealing with challenges that impact on water quality at source.
Registered office: Tamblin Way, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL10 9EZ.
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