- Arlington is continuing to operate as normal through this current period.

For operational or procedural updates please follow the link or call us on the number below. 

Unplanned Interruptions
  • Vulnerable and priority users

  • Events and festivals

  • Temporary supply infrastructure

Planned Interruptions

Wholesome, potable water supply equipment for:

Arlington emergency and alternative water equipment provides a flexible, scalable, low cost solution for the provision of potable water in emergency and temporary supply situations

The addition of the AiS pumped solution enables seamless direct connect and infused supplies to be provided to the normal point of use in homes, businesses or for other identified usages.

With experienced staff available to offer help and advice on the phone and in the field you can be sure to get the right, cost effective solution for any situation

In any event Arlington AWS equipment provides  the tools necessary to respond quickly and cost effectively to demand improving the customer experience and, in the case of utilities companies, reducing minutes lost.
A range of highly flexible and scaleable, gravity fed and pumped solutions to provide water undertakers and suppliers with a low cost alternative to bowsers, static tanks and other large re-usable water containment devices. As a system it offers the highest levels of water quality with the lowest levels of maintenance.

 The Arlington AWS system also provides for a lower cost more efficient alternative to bottled water supplies for unplanned water supply interruptions. Our systems now represent a key part of many UK water undertakers' response strategies for planned, unplanned and SEMD events as well as being a regular feature of may events, festivals and construction sites.
The water division of Arlington is the UK's only supplier of DWI compliant bag-in-box alternative and emergency water supply systems.

Flexible, Scalable, Powerful - Rapid and low cost, water direct to the tap

The lack of a usual piped drinking water supply can occur for a number of reasons. They may be planned, as in the case of routine network maintenance. A temporary requirement, as with events, festivals, construction sites etc. Unplanned, where a system failure has led to an unplanned interruption but of relatively minor impact in terms of properties affected and duration . Emergencies, major failures involving large numbers of properties including priority and vulnerable customers for an unknown duration