3 Monkeys Communications hired by Scottish body for water brief

3 Monkeys Communications has been hired to help launch a new competition framework for water services in Scotland.

Water: new plan
Water: new plan

The Water Industry Commission for Scotland has hired 3 Monkeys to support the launch of a new water initiative that comes into force this month.

Scottish Water was previously the sole supplier to Scottish businesses but the new initiative will see four licensees supply water and sewerage services to all 130,000 commercial businesses in Scotland.

Aquavite, Satec, Osprey Water Servcies and Business Stream will now also be able to supply water to Scottish businesses including schools, hospitals and local authorities.

The six-month PR programme includes support for industry events, pre-publicity, a launch day and follow-up activity to maintain the level on interest in the new services.

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