This is where you can check out what's going on here at Thames Water! From our company culture, our campaigns, top tips and much more. Think of it as a break-out area where you can meet like-minded people and discuss your love for water!
Today, in partnership with over 30 other energy and utility companies in
the UK, Thames Water launch the sector Inclusion Commitment to build a
diverse, representative and inclusive workforce, View more...
I'm a Thames Water customer and have been for many years as I live in
London. My cousin works for you so i often hear about the things you're
doing and I've really enjoyed seeing all the bits about View more...
Hi, is there a list or plan of where the fountains will go? I've seen a
few on twitter but keen to know if there will be one around my work
place or running route. Really positive thing to do and as View more...
HiI'm wanted to offer a hand car washing service in my local area and I
wanted to know if there was any extra provisions I had to undertake for
the amount of extra water I use and the resulting View more...
Posted by:repslein • Thames Trooper • last updated
Priority Service Team with Kidney Care UKToday the Priority Service team
were at the Sutton dialysis unit working alongside Kidney Care UK, we're
very proud of our partnership with this wonderful View more...
Posted by:ojohnson • Thames Water Employee • last updated
Most of my neighbours have a main stopcock in the pavement outside their
house. I have one that requires a piece of equipment to turn off the
water. It can't be done by hand. How do I ask for a new View more...
Do you know how much water you use? Are you a water indulger or are you
water savvy? It’s really easy to find out with our new online Water &
Energy Calculator. Answer questions about your View more...
It may not sound like the most glamorous day out, but members of the
public can come tour Didcot sewage treatment works, which guarantees to
be a fascinating - although somewhat fragrant experience! View more...
Posted by:Liz • Thames Water Employee • last updated
What does a fatberg fear? Our Sewper Heroes of course! Our men and women
who work hard clearing out these monstrous concoctions made of; fat, wet
wipes and cooking oil from our sewers.We can do our View more...
Although advertised as flushable, wet wipes do not btutuappreak down in
the sewer and congeal with fat and other items to create blockages and
on some occasions fatbergs. They’re allowed to be View more...
Posted by:relindwto6 • Thames Trooper • last updated