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Our suppliers

We work closely with our suppliers to not only provide industry-leading services and value, but to achieve joint goals such as reducing our carbon footprint.

By working smarter with suppliers we’re better equipped to face the challenges of water use and climate change in our region, where a growing population faces increasing extremes of drought and flooding. To meet these challenges, by 2020 we’ll have invested £588 million in schemes including a £50 million water treatment works in Lincolnshire and £12 million supporting growing industrial demand on South Humberside. These projects and many more are being delivered with our partners.

 

Supplier information

If you’re a supplier, you may be interested in the links below:

Anti bribery policy: This sets out our policy in relation to bribery and confirms our commitment to comply with the legal requirements of the Bribery Act 2010.

 

Making the right choices: This applies to all employees, directors, consultants, representatives and agents working in or on behalf of the Anglian Water Group of companies.

Modern slavery and trafficking statement:This highlights the steps we’ve taken to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not happening in any part of our business.

Terms and conditions for supply of goods and services: These took immediate effect from 21 December 2012 and apply to all purchase orders raised on or after that date.

Terms and conditions for supply of goods and services for Integrated Operational Solution (IOS) partners.

@one Alliance revised terms and conditions for supply of goods and services: Updated to include Materials in Contact (MIC) information for all potable water projects.

Anglian Waters buyers guide to Corporate Responsibility

 

Related websites

Suppliers may also find the websites below useful:

Achilles:Working to identify, qualify, evaluate and monitor suppliers on behalf of major organisations worldwide.

British Water:Trade association for the water industry supply chain.

CIPS: Promotes and develops high standards of professional skill, ability and integrity among companies involved in purchasing and supply chain management. It assists individuals, organisations and the profession as a whole.

Water UK: Represents all UK water and wastewater service suppliers at a national and European level, providing a positive framework for the water industry to engage with government, regulators, stakeholder organisations and the public.

If you have any questions about our procurement-related activities, email us.