ESSEX AND SUFFOLK WATER CUSTOMERS, E&S will fix your leaky loo for FREE.

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Posted 16th Dec 2019
*Note to mods - hope this is right as I couldn't find how to post to FREEBIES*
No-one wants to flush money down the toilet and, that is exactly what you are doing if you have a leaky loo which could cost you £200, nevermind the waste of water. In a bid to save water, Essex and Suffolk Water are offering to fix their customers' leaky loos for free. They will send you a kit to see if you have a leak and then, if you have, will follow this up with a visit from one of their technicians who will try and fix it there and then. If not, they'll advise you what to do.
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Great stuff, to reduce loss.

E&S are not offering free, you are obliged to pay your water and waste water bills.

Let's say, 100,000 take up this offer. The total cost to the water company will be added to their Income & Expenses and then all the account holders will have to pay this total cost collectively in your bills to come. £200 X 100,000 = £20m. All the E&S customers have to pay this £20m, money is not free growing on magic tree using toilet water.

The free is no different to that cost in using a toilet at a restaurant for free. The eaters pay for the free toilets as a facility collectively; or even the toilets at Ryanair.
Edited by: "splender" 16th Dec 2019
splender16/12/2019 17:20

Great stuff, to reduce loss.E&S are not offering free, you are obliged to …Great stuff, to reduce loss.E&S are not offering free, you are obliged to pay your water and waste water bills. Let's say, 100,000 take up this offer. The total cost to the water company will be added to their Income & Expenses and then all the account holders will have to pay this total cost collectively in your bills to come. £200 X 100,000 = £20m. All the E&S customers have to pay this £20m, money is not free growing on magic tree using toilet water.The free is no different to that cost in using a toilet at a restaurant for free. The eaters pay for the free toilets as a facility collectively; or even the toilets at Ryanair.


No, its free, just like Smart Meters
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