Edinburgh-based water retailer secures new contract with UK vehicle manufacturer

EDINBURGH-based water retailer Business Stream has secured a new supply contract with the UK vehicle manufacturer, Jaguar Land Rover.

The agreement will see Business Stream supply all of the manufacturer’s 29 water supply points in England with water and wastewater services.

Business Stream will undertake a full review of Jaguar Land Rover’s sites, as well as installing new automatic water reader meters to enable the company to make greater water efficiency savings.

Jo Dow, Business Stream chief executive, said: “We’re incredibly proud to be working with the UK’s largest premium vehicle manufacturer.

“Our focus now will be to develop a strong partnership with Jaguar Land Rover and deliver on our commitment to support the company with its environmental strategy, as well as help to deliver financial savings.”

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