In the UK most people take drinking water for granted. For the most part we feel safe in the knowledge that our taps pour out a seemingly endless supply of probably the highest quality drinking water in the world.
However, can we extend that same confidence to a temporary drinking water supply to any event be it corporate, music, sporting, agricultural or any public gathering event.
Watermills' quality procedures ensure a high standard of drinking water is delivered; and water quality and safety monitoring is ongoing.
Based in Surrey, Watermills Ltd has been formed to provide a potable (safe drinking) water supply service to all events, sites, emergencies and water outages, short or long term.
We specialise in providing solutions designed to our clients needs effectively and efficiently on a 24/7 basis.
Watermills can deliver water in 4x4 towed 2,000 litres capacity bowsers up to articulated 30,000 litres tankers, and can supply potable water into the client's tanks or into our own tanks which vary from 1,000 to 75,000 litres capacity.
Watermills can install surrogate pumped mains systems for concerts and festivals, fed from mains or buffer tanks to supply showers, toilets, caterers and pit water.
We even provide chilled bottled water from fridge trailers to all kinds of events.
Watermills receives Achilles UVDB Certification
Watermills is pleased to be an officially-registered supplier on UVDB for the supply of potable water and alternative/emergency water supplies, including the use of Bottledock for vending chilled and filtered drinking water. Achilles qualifies, evaluates and monitors suppliers so buyers for the world's largest corporations can develop long-term, mutually-beneficial relationships…
Watermills at The Showman's Show
Once again, Watermills is excited to be at The Showman's Show. For the 2013 show, we will be showcasing our range of award-winning temporary water infrastructure services, including Bottledock, the new chilled and filtered water dispenser that everyone is talking about! So come on down to the show (it's free!)…