Treating water and sewage from 6million customers uses a huge amount of energy but our aim is to be carbon neutral as a business.
So we are very pleased to be a part of a report released by the Aldersgate Group today on greening infrastructure. ‘Towards the new normal: increasing investment in the UK’s green infrastructure’ looks at schemes which drive sustainable investment like the green bond we issued last the year, the first of its kind in the utility sector.
Read a case study on this and lots more inspiring sustainable business ideas in the report here.
We would love to introduce our new team of Community Ambassadors! They are going to be heading out and about across our region in the coming weeks and months to talk to community groups.
If you are part of a WI group, Rotary Club, or any other group interested in hearing about the huge engineering challenge of providing water and sewerage for six million people then we’d love to hear from you.
As well as introducing your group to what we do, our community ambassadors also want to hear your views for what our priorities should be over the coming years.
Visit our webpage and book a talk now
We are extremely pleased that Peter Simpson was named Employee Wellbeing Visionary at the inaugural REBA wellbeing awards last week.
This award recognises the commitment to wellbeing across Anglian Water so a massive congratulations to Peter for his achievement.
For more information on the award visit link below!
Plastic waste is a huge problem for our marine environment. So it's fantastic news today that the Refill scheme to create a network of businesses refilling people's water bottles is to be rolled out across the country. We helped launch Refill Norwich last year and now 66 local shops, cafes and restaurants are on board.
Water companies across the UK have now joined forces with some big names like Costa Coffee and Premier Inn to bring this campaign to towns and cities across the country. Find out more ...........
With NEW year being a very popular time to apply for a NEW job, how can you make your CV stand out?
Here’s three top tips from our Recruitment Team:
- Adapt your CV to the role you are applying for to demonstrate you have
the right skills/experience
- Use bullet points to make it short, sharp and easy to read
- Always submit a covering letter to help support your CV. There are lots of examples on the Internet
Don't forget to check out our latest roles on our careers page below......
What a great year we have had. Although there are a few more days left in 2017, here is a look back...
Is an exciting new career on your Christmas List this year?
Anglian Water are gearing up for a busy 2018 and we want you to be a part of it! Why not take a look at some of our career opportunities over the Christmas period.
Have you ever considered a career in a forward thinking and top performing company?
We're celebrating today after being named the second best employer in the UK by jobs website Glassdoor – beaten only by Google!
The Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards are based on anonymous employee feedback. Our staff gave us an average score of 4.4 out of 5, and 89% said they would recommend us to a friend.
Our 4,500 employees work on sites from the Humber to the Thames, and they take a huge pride in their work providing water and sewerage to millions of people and protecting our environment.
Here are just a few of them (with a special cake we will be tucking into later!) – Anita from our customer service team, sewer technicians Gareth and Jake, tanker driver Lee, science labs manager Riaz and water network technician Mike.
We believe employee wellbeing is the key to a successful business and great customer service. If your New Year’s resolution later this month is to start a new phase in your career then check the link in the comments and head over to our careers site to see what we have on offer!
There were so many great ideas and lots of inspiration for creating happy, healthy workplaces at our Wellbeing in Business event in Cambridgeshire today.
Thank you to all the businesses who have come along to support and be a part of the event. One thing that everyone could agree on, is that wellbeing in the workplace is intrinsically linked to business success and supporting communities.