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Bristol Water

Bristol Water supplies water to a population of over 1.1 million from 16 water treatment works throughout a supply area of 2,400 square kilometres.

The company utilises 68 water sources, including 14 raw water reservoirs. Water is distributed via a 6,000km of mains, 164 pumping stations and 139 storage reservoirs. Approximately half the water is taken from the Mendip Hills, particularly Chew Valley Lake, Blagdon Lake, Cheddar Reservoir and Barrow Gurney Reservoirs, with the other half is piped from the River Severn via the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal.

Barrow WTW (2004)
Utilising DAF Rapide technology