Glas Cymru, which owns Welsh Water, has today confirmed that Professor Tom Crick is to join its Board as a Non-Executive Director, succeeding Professor Stephen Palmer who is retiring from the Board at the end of the year.
The track to Llyn y Fan Fach will be subject to long delays over the month of September
Landlords of properties served by water companies in Wales risk falling foul of a rule change which means they need to keep their tenants’ details up-to-date with them – or face becoming liable for their charges.
Work is set to start on a £23 million scheme between Maerdy and Pontypridd which will ensure customers in the area continue to receive a first class drinking water supply for decades to come. The work is part of a £130 million nationwide investment between 2016 and 2020 by the not for profit utility company, Welsh Water, on its water network.
Welsh Water is warning people they could face prosecution if they are caught fly-tipping at any of its sites.
Welsh Water has reached a key milestone in its drive to
cut carbon emissions by ensuring that its sites across Wales and Herefordshire
are now powered by green energy.