Water consultants win public sector compliant water consultancy framework and now turn their attentions to public sector water savings.

Water consultants H20 Building Services based in West Yorkshire have been in the water and waste water cost reduction industry for over 20 years.


Over this time a wealth of expertise and knowledge has been gained which has proved valuable to new and existing clients who partner with the firm.


Recognised as the UK’s leading water audit experts water consultants H20 Building Services have been awarded a water consultancy framework for providing water audit services to the United Learning Trust, a consortium of public and private sector schools.


Under the water consultancy framework award H20 Building Services  are to provide a wide range of water consultancy services such as water audit services, provision of water saving devices and techniques, bill validation, water procurement, water self supply management, water leak detection and repair and much more.


Now with the recent public sector compliant water consultancy framework H20 Building Services will now be pushing forward to establish itself within the public sector water market. Indeed the firm reports a surge in interest and is carrying out a water self supply feasibility study within the NHS Trusts and secondary education sectors.


H20 Building Services has also received enquiries for “off grid water supplies” and the initial impression so far is that the public sector are indeed engaged in the water industry, but the are seeking independent expert advice. They want to be more fully informed of the opportunities that will reduce costs in an environmentally sustainable way, but certainly the message is a distinct lack of expert information.


Water consultants H20 Building Services are addressing these issues and pushing forward with a campaign to promote public sector water savings.


If you need expert advice on public sector water savings call 01924 387 873 or email [email protected]  or complete our contact us page, thank you.