Free Water Saving Pack
Being water efficient leads naturally to a reduction in carbon, energy and utility costs. Pumping treating and distributing water from reservoirs, rivers and groundwater sources produces approximately 50kg of CO2 per household per year – and a further 250kg of CO2 is produced when you heat water at home.
Did you know that:
- 25% of you energy bill goes on heating water to shower, bathe and clean?
- Being water efficient can half your hot water use, saving you 12% off your energy bill?
We are more aware of our environment than ever. It’s only a matter of time before water conservation goes the same way as recycling of household waste. Both are modern-day issues: recycling came around because we needed to reduce the pressure of ever-growing consumerism and wasteage. In the same way, changes in weather patterns and the effects of global warming have had such a dramatic effect on the UK’s water supply that scarcity and cost are becoming increasingly important issues for all of us.
Time for change
We’ve all grown up taking water for granted. Turn on the tap and there’s water. Flush the toilet and there’s water. Take a bath. Put on the dishwasher. Turn on a hosepipe. We use water without really thinking about it. We’ve never had to change our ways – until now. We’re at the tipping point of needing to take a more active role in reducing the amount of water we use, otherwise we will ultimately suffer higher water bills.
How can I save water?
It’s easy. Water-saving doesn’t require drastic measures, huge expense or big shifts in the way you do things. Start at the beginning with small steps, learn and understand how much water some of our water-saving products will save (and how much extra money you’ll have in your pocket), then adopt even more water-saving measures.
How much money could I save?
Read some of the water-saving tips featured on this website and with help from our water-saving products, you can reduce the amount of water you use. Remember, the less water you use, the more money you can save. Over the course of the year, it can add up to a significant saving.