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The official contact number for Bristol Water can be found free from bristolwater.co.uk.

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Contact Bristol Water about your water supply, low pressure, no water, leaks, water quality, work in your area, water services, billing, payments, meters, moving address, problems paying, high consumption and their Customer Care Plus scheme by calling the phone number provided above. For emergencies the helpline is available 24 hours a day. Note Bristol Water are purely a water supply company, if you have a question concerning your sewerage please contact Wessex Water.

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Bristol Water serves a population of 1.1 million people with water and has been supplying drinking water for over 160 years. They are responsible for an area of approximately 1,000 square miles centred on Bristol, ranging from Thornbury and Tetbury in the north to Street and Glastonbury in the south, from Weston-Super-Mare in the west to Frome in the east. They also provide a bulk supply of water to Bath. Bristol Water does not supply sewerage services in their area, instead Wessex Water much of the sewerage services. Bristol Water own three major reservoirs and a number of boreholes as sources of their raw water, but around half the water used in their area comes from rivers outside of their area of supply, such as the River Severn. They operate a range of treatment works which feed water into a network of pumping stations, storage reservoirs and mains. On average each person in the Bristol Water area uses over a tonne of water every week, this water is supplied through a mains network of around 6,600 kilometres of pipes and comes from 68 water sources including reservoirs, rivers, springs, wells and boreholes. Bristol Water is owned by Capstone Infrastructure Corporation, Sociedad General de Aguas de Barcelona S.A. and Itochu Corporation of Japan.

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