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Water, water everywhere

Lea Gorgulu Webb, a data consultant, wanted to talk about water.

Why? Because Ofwat is asking water companies to publish data as open data. So, she asked, what kind of data would be useful? How raw should that data be? How much curation would be useful? What, in short, should Ofwat, as a regulator, be asking water companies to do?

Drawnalism of Water, water everywhere session at Open Data Camp 8 at the University of Wolverhampton on 2023-07-01

Participants had more useful background.

The ODI has been working with Ofwat on its H2Open strategy. Some companies are on side, and already publishing information on, for example, storm overflows.

However, there are problems.

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