No compulsory water meters says Government

Speaking in a Westminster Hall debate, Environment Minister Ian Pearson said “Recent suggestions in the press that national compulsory water metering is being considered are completely unfounded. The Water Saving Group is looking at accelerating metering in areas of water stress. Retaining regional variation is essential to any proposals, and so too is the need for proper public scrutiny and the protection of vulnerable groups.

Speaking in a Westminster Hall debate, Environment Minister Ian Pearson said “Recent suggestions in the press that national compulsory water metering is being considered are completely unfounded. The Water Saving Group is looking at accelerating metering in areas of water stress. Retaining regional variation is essential to any proposals, and so too is the need for proper public scrutiny and the protection of vulnerable groups.

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