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The Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI) was formed in 1990 to provide independent reassurance that water supplies in England and Wales are safe and drinking water quality is acceptable to consumers.

Drinking Water 2020

Safe, clean drinking water is vital to public health and the wellbeing of our society, now and into the future. This is the central tenet of the vision and strategy of the Drinking Water Inspectorate published in April 2020.

View the 2020 report
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Regions in England and Wales

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Water Companies

Use our map to find your local water company

Find contact details, report a problem, look at incidents in your area.

See ongoing improvement in your area, how your water company is improving and find the water quality in your area.

Find your local company

Contact DWI


Water quality

If you are concerned about the quality of your drinking water you should contact your water company in the first instance. A number for your water company can be found here.

 

Learn more about your water


The Drinking Water Inspectorate provides information and advice to consumers on the quality of drinking water.

Advice for finding a plumber
Algae in drinking water
Animals in drinking water
Bills and compensation
Blue water/Copper in drinking water
Boil water notice
Bottled water
Chlorine

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