© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A Thames Water operative views pallets of bottled water for distribution in Hampstead in London, Britain, March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
(Reuters) – Britain’s water regulator stated on Thursday utility firm Thames Water would pay greater than 11 million kilos ($15.03 million) to just about 14,000 non-household clients and water retailers for incorrectly billing them the mistaken quantity.
Ofwat had launched an investigation after getting a grievance that raised considerations in regards to the accuracy of knowledge offered by Thames Water.