£200m to be reinvested across the North West by United Utilities (From Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen)
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£200m to be reinvested across the North West by United Utilities
3:33pm Tuesday 28th May 2013 in News
AROUND £200m will be reinvested across the North West by water supplier United Utilities to benefit customers and the environment.
The money, saved through efficiencies in the company’s capital programme, is to be reinvested in improving the region’s water and wastewater services.
Steve Mogford, chief executive officer, said: “We know customer satisfaction with our service is improving, underpinned by strong operational and environmental performance.
“We are improving the quality and reliability of our infrastructure and, by 2015, not only will we have delivered what we agreed, customers will get even more for their money.
“We haven’t yet allocated all the money and I am keen that these funds are targeted in the right places to make a difference to our customers and the environment.”
Steve Moore, North West director for the Environment Agency, said: “United Utilities has been working hard to improve its environmental performance over the past few years.
“This announcement is great news for the environment, economy and communities of the North West who will ultimately benefit from this significant investment.”
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