Celtic Anglian Water believes that sustainability is about supporting and actively encouraging strategies and behaviours that demonstrate our commitment to the long-term viability of the business.

At Celtic Anglian Water (CAW) we practice sustainable strategies and behaviours to ensure the long-term viability of the business. Our decision-making takes into account social and environmental issues, as well as economic ones, ensuring we manage key elements of our day-to-day business and long-term planning in ways that are sustainable.

We strive to make sound business decisions that support the needs of our key stakeholders, and work closely with our clients to help them achieve their own sustainability and environmental goals. The cutting-edge processes and technologies we operate, for example, maximise recovery of valuable renewables from the treated wastewater and biosolids, increasing the circular economics of our clients’ operations.

Health & Well-being

Employee Health and Well-Being

People are our most important asset. To support and improve the health, well-being and safety of our people, CAW runs a holistic programme of activities throughout the year.

Led by our Occupational Health Nurse and supported by our ‘Moral Squad’ of volunteers, the programme has helped increase employee engagement, reduce absenteeism, create a culture of care and concern, and attract and retain talent.

Charity Partnerships and Support

CAW supports various charities and community projects each year, including the annual Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) Food Appeal and the Pieta House ‘Darkness into Light’ challenge, which raises vital funds for suicide prevention.

In 2021 CAW staff selected four not-for-profit organisations to form two-year Charity Partnerships with. Local to our operations, these charities share our passion and commitment to sustainable social change.

The Charity Partnerships consist of an annual corporate donation by CAW, as well as employee fund-raising and volunteering.


Charity Partners

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Women's Aid
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North West Hospice
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Waterford City Rescue

"Thank you to the entire CAW team - we at Women’s Aid are just delighted to be partnering with you as a national charity working to prevent and combat domestic abuse. We’re really looking forward to getting to know you a little better, and are so grateful for your support. We hope that we can be a support to you in turn. Really looking forward to collaborating with you over the next two years. Thanks a million!

Sarah Benson, CEO, Women's Aid (Ireland)

"Thanks again for your very generous donation, we really appreciate the support and goodwill from your company"

NorthWest Hospice

Supporting Future Generations of talent

CAW offers real life learning opportunities to students from schools and Universities, each year providing Internships, site tours and online learning sessions. It also promotes the benefits of Engineering as a career.

These activities give students the opportunity to gain valuable exposure to their chosen field.

I have learned so much, thank you! I had some knowledge about wastewater treatment from my lectures in college but working here and seeing the process as a whole definitely makes it so much easier to understand…I have learned process control and being able to make the right decision quickly is important”,

Siobhan Roddy, 2020 Intern.


Video from one of our events supporting Engineers Week

Please get in touch via our website or social media pages if you’d like to find out more about internship opportunities or to arrange a school visit or site tour.


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