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How to save the city’s water supply

The Birmingham Water Works has installed new water meters at all five of its water treatment plants.

It is one of three water meters in Birmingham and the city works with two suppliers to supply its customers with water.

“The installation is part of the wider rollout of the new water supply management system,” Birmingham Water spokesperson Susan Womack told Birmingham City Council on Wednesday.

The installation of water meters has been in the works for the last three years and was part of a wider programme to improve water quality across the city. “

As well as installing water meters, we’ve also installed filters to ensure that we have the correct level of disinfectant, which means that people don’t need to go through the extra time and hassle of filling their tank with water.”

The installation of water meters has been in the works for the last three years and was part of a wider programme to improve water quality across the city.

It came after an outbreak of coronavirus in the city last year, where some residents complained of water filters appearing to break.

The city said the problem was fixed by installing a filter system.