SES Water – our water supply company
SES Water (“SES”) can trace its origins back to the mid 19th century, when Victorian engineers began to supply water direct to people’s homes and continues today to serve Buckland as one of the UK’s smallest supply-only water companies. During the five years leading up to 2015 SES has invested more than £100M to help secure supplies and improve network resilience. This has included a major upgrade of their Bough Beech treatment works; a new water main along the A217, and a new strategic main between Outwood and Buckland.
SES continues to invest in the renewal of its network of water supply pipes and is proud to have one of the lowest leakage levels in the industry. If you spot a leak please click report it to help SES to take prompt action or, if you prefer, 01737 772000.
Water – be water wise
The SES supply area is within the driest and most densely populated part of the UK and the average domestic consumption rate is currently 160 litres per person, per day. SES is encouraging us all to play our part to help preserve supplies and asks you to consider:
Could you save money by installing a water meter?
Are you making the most of SES offers to help you use less water?
SES customers can order a free water saving pack that includes a Bubblestream kitchen tap attachment and an aerated showerhead. Click save water to order your pack today.
SES Support Scheme
If you pay your water bill to SES or to a housing association and are experiencing financial difficulty you may be eligible for a 50% reduction in your water charges.
Conditions do apply but, if you or your partner are in receipt of one or more means tested benefits or your household income is less than £16,105 and you are over the age of 61, are registered disabled or have parental responsibility for a child under the age of five, please click click SES Support Scheme or call the SES Customer Services Team on 01737 772000 to find out more.
SES Helping Hands Scheme
SES offers a range of serviced as part of their Helping Hands Scheme – click here to find out more.
Our local water supply company has been measuring the amount of rainfall at the Head Office site in Redhill since 1910. Click water resources to see the latest updates that include recently reported water levels in the SES Bough Beech reservoir and in the Wellhouse borehole.
If you would like to explore further the EA (Environment Agency) publishes monthly water situation reports and weekly rainfall and river reports.
Buckland is provided with sewerage services by Thames Water and the charges levied are included within the bills issued by SES. Click Thames Water to find out more.