Service plans

We have a range of service plans to suit your business, which include:

  • Monthly or quarterly billing
  • Monthly or
    bi-annual meter readings

Our Aquacare services

We understand you’re busy, and want to get on with running your business, without having to think about water.
That’s why we do all the thinking for you.
We’re experts in how different businesses use water. We don’t focus on how much water you use; rather on how you use it and we love to help local businesses save as much money as they can.
Since 2011, we’ve helped our business customers save more than £3m.
We know that each business is different, so we tailor our advice based on your individual circumstances.
Our Aquacare services give you the knowledge and confidence to take control of the water your business uses.
If you need to make any adjustments, we’ll help you do those with minimal fuss and disruption to your business.






Case Studies

BrixhamHolPark-tile.jpgSouth Hams brewery

An expanding Devon brewery has been able to save time and money after calling in the expertise of South West Water Business. 

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BrixhamHolPark-tile.jpgKENNACOTT FARM

A Cornish dairy farmer whose boreholes dried up in this summer’s heatwave has been able to secure an alternative water supply for his cows after calling in the expertise of South West Water Business.

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BrixhamHolPark-tile.jpgCAERHAYS ESTATE

South West Water Business is helping farm managers on the historic Caerhays Estate to save thousands of litres of water – and thousands of pounds from their water bills.

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How Your Business Can Use Less Water

25 Apr 2019

Water retailer South West Water Business has issued some tips for businesses to help them use less water as part of Water Saving Week 2019.

What farmers should do if they suspect they have a water leak

01 Apr 2019

Water leaks are expensive. It’s not just the cost of the water that’s wasted but the cost of finding and repairing them. In the UK 3.2 billion litres of water are lost through leakage every day and with agriculture a water-intensive industry, a significant part of this could come from farms.