United Utilities Scotland (UUS) declared today that it has secured a water supply contract for all the 281 Tesco stores and distribution offices in Scotland.

The firm, whose customers include SSE and the Scotmid chain of supermarket stores, said the agreement would spare Tesco more than 20 percent from its water charges. The total saving the company could make is expected to be more than £800,000 every year. UUS deals chief Tony McHardy said that Water is a vital part of Tesco’s in-store operations.

McHardy included that the retailer is their biggest business customer in Scotland and the company thinks this grant would send a solid message to the business sector about the nature and quality of service they can give. The service organization additionally said it is the second-biggest supplier of water and wastewater services in Scotland, and the biggest in England. United Utilities serves more than 3,000 sites.

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