Find out how we may be able to help your business
Find out what this means for your business
Find out what we charge and why
Find out who you need to contact and how
Read about water regulations
Access to the policy and supporting information
Find more about typical water supply issues
We own over 70,000 acres of land
Apply for a temporary water supply
Protect your business this winter
Complying with regulations, apply for a consent
Who's responsible for a leak, report a leak
If you buy water and wastewater services for a business, charity, public sector or not-for-profit organisation you may be able to choose your supplier from April 2017. To learn how this could help you get a better deal, better service, save money or save water, speak to us or visit www.open-water.org.uk.
We want to make sure that everyone enjoys our 70,000 acres of land. A lot of the land is used to collect the raw water we treat for drinking and is tenanted by farmers as well as being used for recreation by our customers.
Discover more about the rules for filming on our land, working on private land and highways and how you can get in touch below.
Our site wide strategic water audit provides you with a complete picture of your site's use of water and effluent generation. Combining in-depth analysis of water, waste water and production data with practical on-site observations, our audit identifies how you could reduce water and effluent costs. We can also highlight opportunities to minimise product and raw material losses and to remove or reduce waste water generation at source.
If this sounds like something that would interest you, then take a look at our water audits page to find out what you can do.
From the 1st April 2017, all Non-Household Customers will be free to select a Retailer who will be responsible for the customer service and billing elements of their water and waste-water services.
YW Wholesale data logger policy allows Applicants to attach data logging equipment to Yorkshire Water meter assets.
This policy is intended to provide clear guidance to the Market Operator, Retailers, Third Parties and Non-Household Customers on how to connect to a Yorkshire Water meter.
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