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Petrol station retailer signs deal with Wave

RH has signed a three-year deal with national water retailer Wave to supply water and wastewater services which will deliver cost savings of least £67,000.

The independent petrol station and forecourt retail company is most well-known for it’s 489 sites in England and Scotland, such as Esso, BP or Shell.

Its forecourt network also includes 336 Costa Express outlets, 34 Subway or Greggs and two full Costa Barista outlets and 304 Hursts stores.

MRH has reduced its spend on water and wastewater by £23,000 across it Scottish sites over the past three years.

The new contract will extend this efficiency-led approach to the whole MRH network, delivering those financial and environmental benefits across all sites.

Robert Swann from MRH explained: “Wave has helped us make significant operational cost savings across our Scottish sites, so the company was the natural choice for consolidating our water and wastewater supply needs across the whole of our network.

“This is the first time we have put all sites in England and Scotland under a single water contract, and we anticipate considerable time-saving and management benefits in addition to the efficient service and competitive pricing we know Wave can deliver.”

Lucy Darch, the CEO of Wave, commented: “For multi-site customers with as many locations as MRH, it is important to know that their chosen water retailer will offer an efficient service, accurate billing and a proactive approach to driving down costs and water consumption.

“We have demonstrated to MRH that we can deliver in all these areas across their Scottish network, and we’re delighted that they have now chosen to trust us with their English sites too.”

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