October 2007
Utility Week;10/19/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p23
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The article reports that Northern Ireland Water (NIW) has warned that a proposed 40% increase in efficiency savings will lead to a dramatic drop in levels of customer service. The Independent Water Review Panel, recommended that operational cost efficiency target of NIW be raised to 40 per cent in the period to 2010.


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