We work tirelessly to help our retail customers save water and energy, and reduce their bottom line as a result.

We understand that saving water and energy is one of the simplest ways to increase profits. In retail businesses, water costs may only be a lesser percentage of turnover, but reducing them can directly increase margins, without the need to increase sales.

cleaning shop floorIn addition to economic benefits, there are, of course, social and environmental advantages to reducing water. It’s also good for your corporate reputation, as customers are increasingly aware of these issues and many are choosing retailers who are taking positive steps to protect the environment.

Whether you’re a single-site retailer or a multi-site national chain, we have the experience and expertise to help save you money. Our track record speaks for itself: we provide water, water recycling and energy efficiency services to a number of leading national retailers such as:

  • Asda
  • Betfred
  • Dunelm
  • Holland & Barrett
  • Sports Direct
  • TK Maxx

From easy switching, consolidated billing and water and energy efficiency audits, through to our leading Leakage Find & Fix and Active Water Management® programmes, we offer a full range of services designed to help retailers of all sizes cut costs and increase efficiency.

And because we understand the needs of retailers – whatever the scale of your operation – you will receive outstanding customer service and support every step of the way.

Contact us to see how we can help your business.

Retail sector case studies

Asda shopping trolley


Leak detection helped Asda negotiate a refund for over 7,000 cubic metres of wastewater


Consolidated billing and Active Water Management ® have helped Betfred save money and reduce consumption, waste and associated carbon

East of England Co-op

In the first year of implementing smart meters, East of England Co-Op saved £1,000 on their water bills alone


Our proactive approach helps spot faulty equipment saving Esso £35,000 a year in charges.
A joint venture between Anglian Water Business and NWG business