You’ve probably already heard that since April 2017 most public sector organisations in England have been eligible to switch water supplier?
Well, now is your chance to make the most of this opportunity and get the best deal through joining together with other organisations to buy.
Earlier this year we joined forces with YPO, The Energy Consortium, ESPO, NEPO, West Mercia Energy, and the Ministry of Defence to launch the largest public sector water framework in the UK.
Our Water, Wastewater and Ancillary Services (RM3790) framework gives you access to a range of suppliers for your water supply and waste water services (sewerage), plus additional services to help you make water efficiency savings.
Following the successful launch, we would like to invite you to make savings on your water requirements by collaborating with other organisations to purchase, through our national aggregated further competition (NFC67). The competition will be run as an eAuction is set to complete in October.
Why get involved?
Aggregating your demand with that of other organisations provides many advantages including:
- savings – the more customers we can bring together the greater the savings
- collaboration – consistent application of best practice and opportunities for learning
- simplification of the tender process – leading to reduced procurement costs for buyers and reduced bidding costs for suppliers
- reduced project management – and contract management costs
This project will put in place a water contract that offers you increased benefits including:
- consolidated billing
- lower bills and charges
- enhanced customer service, from competing your supply rather than only receiving customer service from your local supplier
- rationalising your supplier base to one if you have sites in multiple regions, consequently streamlining your billing and administration
To register an interest, please get in touch and mention “water aggregation” in the comments box and our team will be in touch with the documents you will need to sign up.
(This aggregation opportunity is now closed).