We’re investing £6.1 million in the Bridgend county water network. This will help continue to provide our customers in the area with a safe, reliable supply of clean drinking water for decades to come.

The work will help to ensure security of supply to our customers and to alleviate issues with loss of supply or low water pressure currently experienced by some customers in the area.

What does this work involve?

With some parts of the network nearing the end of its operational life, the investment in this area will see around 35km of water mains either replaced or cleansed.  That is the equivalent to the length of almost 358 football pitches.

Where will the work take place?

The work which started in May 2020 will take place between throughout parts of Bridgend county and we anticipate the work will be completed by April 2021. 

We will keep all residents and businesses updated and do our very best to upgrade the water pipes in your area as smoothly as we can.

Areas that will benefit from the investment will include Maesteg, Pencoed, Sarn and the Garw Valley.

Your water 

Throughout most of the work there should be no interruptions to your supply. However, due to the nature of this work, it might be necessary for us to turn off your water supply for a short period of time (up to 3 hours). If we need to do this, we will let you know via a text message on the same day. 

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