CCWater calls for companies to share profits

May 2008
Utility Week;5/30/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p7
Trade Publication
The article addresses the Consumer Council for Water's (CCWater) call for water and sewarage companies in Great Britain to share profits. CCWater has written to water and sewerage companies saying that they should share their success with customers, either by cutting bills or investing more. CCWater is calling for water companies to give more back in customer benefits in 2008, and not just share their success with shareholders.


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