Where we operate
Severn Trent provides water and waste water services for a proportion of England and Hafren Dyfrdwy provides water for part of Wales. On the map, the white area represents the Severn Trent boundaries and the green area highlights the Hafren Dyfrdwy region.
The grey area represents the region in which Severn Trent provides waste water services only, and South Staffordshire Water provide the water services.
Severn Trent Water
Severn Trent Water is one of the largest of the 11 regulated water and sewerage companies in England and Wales.
We provide high quality water and waste services to more than 4.5 million homes and businesses in the Midlands, from the outskirts of Bristol to the southern suburbs of Sheffield.
We’ve recently launched a new Community Fund which will share millions of pounds with community groups and initiatives across our region.
Ten of our reservoir sites are open to visitors, offering everyone the chance to walk or cycle round and to enjoy the surroundings that we look after on behalf of future generations.
In 2019 we were ranked as one of Glassdoor's top 50 places to work in the UK, as ranked by our own people.
Hafren Dyfrdwy serves 87,000 water and 22,000 waste customers in Powys, Wrexham, and parts of Flintshire, Denbighshire and Montgomeryshire.
We look after 2,650km of water pipes and 500km of sewers, and own and
operate 100 water pumping stations and 88 sewage pumping stations, together with five water treatment works and 50 sewage treatment works.
Our investment plans will see us pumping £124m into our water network and £28m into our waste sites between 2020 and 2025, while maintaining the lowest average combined bill in Wales.
We have visitor sites at Lakes Vyrnwy, Clywedog and Pendinas that attract thousands of visitors every year.
Severn Trent Business Services
Business Services is our non-regulated business offering a range of services to municipal and industrial clients, including the Ministry of Defence and the Coal Authority, for design, build and operation of water and wastewater treatment facilities and networks.
The business also generates renewable energy from anaerobic digestion, wind turbines, solar panels and hydro schemes.
We’ve also expanded into the food waste market, owning and operating a number of facilities from Derbyshire to South Wales.
The Property Development arm of our business generates value by developing excess land in the regulated business before selling to external parties, sharing the profits with Severn Trent Water customers.