Due to an increase in population and climate change, the report states that the company will run out of water in the next 25 years.
(PRWEB UK) 25 June 2013
The water company has released a draft report that announces they will need to find new sources of water, reports Wimbledon Guardian on June 19 in the article Sutton and East Surrey Water Supply Will Run Out In the Next 25 Years. Due to an increase in population and climate change, the report states that the company will run out of water in the next 25 years. Their report outlines how they plan to ensure there is enough water for customers, with one such measure being fitting water meters in customers' homes and urging customers to use less water. The company also outlines that they will need to increase their surface reservoir in Kent and lower leakage.
The engineering director of Sutton and East Surrey Water, Lester Sonden told Wimbledon Guardian that:
“The recent drought is a key example of how water companies in the South East are facing increasing pressures which will challenge our ability to maintain public water supplies. Sutton and East Surrey Water is working with these companies, the Environment Agency and other stakeholders to identify solutions which will minimise the impact upon customers’ water supply bills while protecting important habitats.”
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“While it is worrying to residents that there may be an imminent water shortage, there are many steps you can take to reduce the amount of water you use each day. One tip is to not leave the tap running when you are shaving or brushing your teeth. Another major source of wasting water is leaking pipes. It is essential that people check taps and pipes on a regular basis and contact a plumber if they believe there is a leak in their home.”
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