Anglian Water


Anglian Water supplies water and water recycling services to more than six million domestic and business customers in the east of England and Hartlepool. Their region stretches from the Humber north of Grimsby, to the Thames estuary and then from Buckinghamshire to Lowestoft of the east coast. Anglian Water’s 112,833km of water and sewer pipes supply and transport water across an area of 27,500 square km. Anglian Water is the largest water and water recycling company in England and Wales by geographic area. The company employs around 4,000 people and 7,000 more through its supply chain. They operate 1,257 water and water recycling treatment works – around a quarter of all those in England and Wales. The Anglian Water region’s coastline is approximately 1,240 km long and the recycled water we return to nature must pass strict quality standards set by law and by water industry regulators.

Anglian Water Group (AWG) is owned by a consortium of investors. When AWG was acquired by the AWG investors in 2006, Anglian Water Group Ltd became the ultimate parent company of the group. Anglian Water Services Ltd sits within this group and is the regulated entity that trades as Anglian Water, managing our water and water recycling network.


England and Wales


Air Pollution, Asset Management Planning, Biodiversity, Biosolids, Catchment Planning, Climate Change Impacts Assessment and Mitigation, Coastal Defence, Conservation, Contaminated Land, Drainage, Ecology, Effluent Treatment, Energy Conservation, Environmental Audits, Environmental impact assessment, Environmental management, Environmental Monitoring, Environmental Risk Assessment, Environmental Training, Flood Risk Management, G.I.S., Ground Water, Habitat Restoration, Hydrogeology, Hydrology, Modelling, Pipes and Pipelines, Recycling, Renewable Energy Sources, Reservoirs, River Management, Strategic Assessment, Strategic Environmental Assessment, Strategic Planning, Sustainability, Training, Utility Management, Waste Management, Wastewater Management, Water Demand Management, Water Distribution Management, Water Quality, Water Resources, Water Supply, Water Treatment