Name change for Veolia Water
A water company which serves the Walton and Weybridge has undergone a name change.
Previously served by Veolia Water, three branches of the company, central, south-east and east, have become a single business and renamed themselves Affinity Water.
Richard Bienfait, chief executive officer, said: “Our new name, Affinity Water, was chosen to reflect our community-focused company and our passion to deliver a high quality water service to all of our customers.”
Over the coming months, the company name on bills, vehicles, the company website and other communications, will be replaced by Affinity Water.
The cost of the name change will be met by the company’s owners and will not be passed on to customers.
Water charges will continue to be set by the independent regulator, Ofwat.
Affinity Water will provide 940m litres of water each day to more than 3.3m people, across parts of Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Surrey and London boroughs.