THAMES WATER HAS CHANGED FOR THE BETTER
I’M fairly black and white in my approach to information – I either believe or trust it completely, or I don’t. So, when I was invited to an open day by Thames Water to explain the changes that had been made to prevent a recurrence of some of the worst, but avoidable, pollutions ever to hit areas of the Thames Valley I was prepared to believe.
There have been massive changes from the very top as far as management is concerned and the new regime is open and, best of all, actually cares about the riverine environment, including the fish that live in them. Indeed, as a very senior manager told me, most of her team go fishing and that’s what I like to hear.
Not only that, TW invests in increasing angling participation too with a purpose-built facility at its Walthamstow Reservoir complex and several open days there for beginners and those wishing to return to angling.
Walthamstow Reservoirs – a fine example of good work from Thames Water.