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The holidays are a great time to catch up with family and friends while indulging in all the season has to offer. I can’t think of anything better to do than sit down after a good meal with loved ones to watch one of our favourite movies. Something you don’t want to have on your mind, however, is burst or frozen pipes at your business...
Tennis, Pimm’s, outbursts from John McEnroe and a sing-along with Sir Cliff Richard – just a few of the things we associate with Wimbledon. Unfortunately, rain is another. The wet stuff is the subject of much grumbling throughout the British summer months and is arguably the greatest cause of headache for the Wimbledon organisers. But what if, rather than bemoaning the country’s perpetual precipitation, we championed it?
Bubba Watson’s dramatic victory in the Masters earlier this month signalled the start of the golf majors season. If you watched it wishing your local club’s greens were in as good shape as Augusta’s, you’re not alone! We asked Derek Robson, head greenkeeper of the St Andrew’s championship Duke’s course, to tell us how it’s done and how water helps keeps the course in tip-top condition.
The first ever World Whisky Day is upon us and one of Scotland’s finest exports will be celebrated by enthusiasts across the globe. What better time, then, to go behind the scenes at one of the country’s largest whisky producers and find out just exactly how water works for them?
We’ve found that, when communicating with customers or other people about what we do, it’s hard to avoid water puns. We’ve got innovative new services ‘in the pipeline’; we’re ‘testing the water’ on a range of new tailored products; or our customers are ‘making a splash’ in their own businesses with water efficiency and financial savings. But one thing we’ve found since we began supplying water to Scottish businesses and public bodies just over three years ago, is that – in a new competitive water market – communication is everything.