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Affinity Water Limited
Tamblin Way Hatfield
Hertfordshire AL10 9EZ
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As a community-focused water company, we have a responsibility to adapt to climate change and reduce our own carbon emissions, and have outlined these commitments in our Environment Policy.
We have worked hard to put appropriate measures in place to ensure we can effectively manage the future uncertainties climate change may bring. Since 2010 these have included:
Our future key actions to address climate change are outlined in our latest Climate Change Adaptation Report.
We measure our performance annually as we recognise that we are a large user of energy.
This energy is used to: lift water from rivers and underground aquifers, for treatment processes needed to ensure the water we supply is ‘wholesome’, to move water around our network and to pressurise the water for our customers’ use. We also use energy to service our offices and depots and for driving our vehicles.
Our Business Plan 2015 to 2020 sets out our approach to energy management in which we forecast to reduce our energy demand by 4% in the next five years. We will do this in a number of ways including:
Investing in reducing our energy usage provides the best value for money to reduce costs and emissions. Our Carbon emissions will also fall due to the large scale decarbonisation of the UK’s power supply.
Registered office: Tamblin Way, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL10 9EZ.
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