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Who We Are

Water Audit Surveys Ltd was established in 2010. The business has more than 30 years’ experience in the Water Industry. We operate an Independent, professional, reliable friendly service. We are proud of 100% client retention, and £10.5m of water savings achieved so far.

What We Do

Water Audit Surveys Ltd have a proven record of accomplishment in water cost reduction. Helping clients with water efficiency, water audits and water analysis, saving commercial businesses money with their water charges. We also provide on-going support to clients with site Water Management.
Our expertise and experience in water cost reduction is best described in our services.

Our water auditors will highlight potential savings in consumption, water wastage and advise on environmental safe guards.

Change Water Supplier
Water Audit Surveys can advise on how the Open Competitive Water Market can influence water cost savings via a water tender to find a new water supplier.

AMR - Automatic Meter Reading
Consolidation of all water consumption data, tariffs, suppliers, history and forecasts.

Water Roadworks Compensation
Have you lost footfall or sales due to water pipe excavations near your premises? See our case studies to see how we helped other customers with recovering their losses.

Surface Water Drainage Survey
Validate the charge for surface water drainage on your water bill is correct.


Water Bill Analysis
A desktop survey of site water bills is used as an aid in understanding water usage on the premises.

Water Advisory Service
Outsourced water advisory service for Utilities & Property Management Businesses.

Trade Effluent (TE) 
A desktop survey of site water bills is used as an aid in understanding water usage on the premises.

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Technical Services
A range of specialist technical services, carried out by our partners, designed to improve water efficiency, water savings and water cost reductions.

Canal and River Trust 
Water Audit Surveys can validate the CRT charge is correct and arrange water analysis to ensure that the discharged water is not contaminated and liable to cause an environmental issue.

Leak Detection and Repair
Monitoring of consumption to detect and fix leaks, helping keep water costs down. 

Happy Customers

Finished Projects

Saved in water bills

Secured in Refunds

Case Studies

Read the case studies from some of our happy clients.

Stationery Supplier in Southern England

The Water Company rejected the claim in its entirety, citing that the works were not directly outside the premises and disagreed with the claim calculation. Agreement could not be reached and the matter escalated to arbitration.

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Fast Food Restaurant in London

The Water Company initially rejected all claims for roadworks citing that side roads and access remained available. The financial assessment was not taken into consideration.

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National Retailer in Wigan

As a result of a major water mains replacement scheme being undertaken, the subject unit suffered from restricted access and reduced passing trade for over four months.

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Car Dealership

Car dealership’s surface water discharge licence re-issued by Canals & Rivers Trust showed a large percentage increase over inflation.  Working with Water Audit Surveys realised a saving of £1,600 per annum.

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Nottingham County Football Club

A leak was found and fixed using 72 litres per minute or 37,843 m³ of water loss per annum at a cost of £98,040.

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Birmingham Business Park

Drainage investigations resulted in over 80% of the site draining to a natural watercourse.  Our findings were submitted to the water company and the first offer was a refund of £8,000.  Intense negotiations resulted in a refund of £255,442.

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Euro Garages

The total savings achieve from the start of the project in January 2018 is £180,000 per annum. Sites have been investigated from high water usage identified from the bills. Leaks and internal inefficiencies were the cause.  

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