Hafren Dyfrdwy cuts leakage and blockages for customers and keeps lowest bills in Britain
Wednesday 19th May 2021
Hafren Dyfrdwy has today (Wednesday 19th May, 2021) revealed it has continued to deliver big improvements for customers throughout the pandemic, while also keeping bills the cheapest in the land.
The water and waste company, which serves customers in and around Powys and Wrexham, has cut leakage by 7%, reduced sewer blockages by 28%, delivered industry-leading water quality performance and achieved its biodiversity target.
Dr James Jesic, Hafren Dyfrdwy Managing Director, said: “Despite the many challenges we’ve faced over the past 12 months, we’ve continued to support our customers, our communities and the environment across Powys and Wrexham when they needed us most.
“We’ve achieved all of this and kept average combined bills the cheapest in Britain.”
James added: “As a local company, we want to work with our local suppliers to build collaborative partnerships that’ll help towards creating a resilient, circular Welsh economy. By doing so, we hope it can bring about positive and long-lasting change in Wales.”
The company has also donated £30,000 to 10 organisations in Wales to help support them through the lockdown and the pandemic, including the Wallich in Wrexham and Mid & North Powys Mind.