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NI Water – Delivering What Matters in Garvagh

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NI Water’s environmental champion, Angela Knott, attended a meeting organised by the Garvagh Over Fifties Forum at the GADDA building in Garvagh.

Angela was there to provide details on how the company is delivering what matters for the wider community and talked to delegates about NI Water’s key campaign messages such as Bag It and Bin It, which encourages customers not to flush inappropriate items down the toilet, and water efficiency, advocating saving water in our everyday lives. Attendees also received reusable water bottles to ensure they top up from the tap in a bid to reduce plastic pollution.

Advice was also given about how to recognise and deal with bogus callers. Additionally, NI Water provides a range of free additional services for people with disabilities, older consumers, those with serious medical conditions or who need extra help for any other reason. Attendees were given information about the NI Water Customer Care Register and a few members took the opportunity to sign up on the day.

The Customer Care Register can be joined by calling Waterline on 03457 440088.

Pictured (L-R) is NI Water’s Angela Knott with Maud Anderson, Helen McLaughlin and Martha Johnston from the Garvagh Over Fifties Forum.

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