Water now safe to drink again in Tenbury Wells area
Severn Trent has confirmed that test results have shown water in the Tenbury Wells areas is now safe to drink again following the incident over the weekend.. Click here for the latest update.
We appreciate that during this water supply issue residents may have more recycling than usual. Please place recycling out in the normal way and we will collect it.
To look up your bin collection day please click here.
You can also take extra recycling to the Tenbury Wells Household Recycling Centre on Bromyard Road. Details including opening hours available here
Worcestershire Regulatory Services
Worcestershire Regulatory Services (WRS) provide a county wide service for Environmental Health, Trading Standards and Licensing. Some of the Environmental Health areas covered by WRS include:
- Health and Safety
- Dog Warden service
- Pest Control - For details on pest control contractors visit the WRS web page here.
- Animal Welfare - including stray dogs, lost and found dogs, aggressive dogs, issuing of animal related licences for pet shops, zoos, boarding, breeding and riding establishments, and for dangerous wild animals.
- Sampling of Private Water Supplies and Spring Water Please Note: The accessible spouts in Malvern are likely to contain pathogenic bacteria, therefore water should be boiled for 4 minutes before drinking. The use of any water originating from these supplies is at the user's own risk.
All blockages and other problems relating to shared sewers and drains outside householders boundaries should be reported direct to Severn Trent Water - 0800 783 4444.
Non mains drainage remains within private ownership, and pollution or nuisance from private treatment plants, septic tanks and cesspools will be investigated by Worcestershire Regulatory Services.
Telephone 01905 822799 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Worcestershire Regulatory Service for more information.