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Business Stream to tackle waste water issue

Business Stream has been awarded a contract to help save up to £20m by tackling leakages and other sources of waste water in the public sector.

The company was awarded the work through the Crown Commercial Service after securing a place on its water, wastewater and ancillary services framework earlier this year.

Business Stream will focus on leak detection, automated reading and water efficiency solutions to a wide range of public sector organisations in England. 

James Cardwell-Moore (pictured), commercial director at Business Stream, said: “We were very pleased to secure a place on the framework and are absolutely delighted to have won one of the first contracts issued.” 

Sam Ulyatt, Strategic Category Commercial Director for Crown Commercial Service, said: “In April we brought the largest public sector water framework agreement to the UK market.

“The agreement will eventually support the public sector to save £20m on its water bill, leveraging the buying power of the public sector to support the delivery of efficient and effective public services.” 

Earlier this year, CCS joined forces with YPO, The Energy Consortium, ESPO, NEPO, West Mercia Energy and the MoD to bring the largest public sector water framework agreement to the UK market.

CCS enables the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services.  Central government, schools, colleges, universities, museums, housing associations, councils, the emergency services and NHS Trusts are all included in the framework. 

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