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Thames Water Utilities a water and sewerage company, serving almost 12 million customers. Each year, the company’s 24-hour customer service centre in Swindon, handles over 3.5 million calls. Having also been awarded Dwr Cymru’s (Welsh Water) customer service contract, Thames Water handles calls for 1.2 million customers across Wales.Please Login (add)
The month of May saw the highest ever demand for water that has been recorded in the Thames Valley. Please help us make every drop count as demand for water across our region has increased due to the hot weather and people observing lock down - https://bit.ly/3gytz8t
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Has the hot weather got you pumping up the trusty paddling pool? Once the fun is over you can use the leftover water treat your pet to a nice bath We have more tips to help you save water here - https://bit.ly/3euC42j
Just to let you know, we’ll be working hard upgrading our site this weekend, so your online service will be out of action. It will be back on Monday. Thanks for bearing with us while we make improvements for you. Have a lovely weekend and stay safe. May 29, 2020 2:54 PM