Saving water

Small changes can make a big difference

Saving water at home

There are lots of easy ways to save water in the home. Our handy tips will have you saving water, and money, in no time. Learn more about saving water at home.

Saving water outside

With a little care and attention it is easy to save water outside your property. Whether you're a keen gardener or avid car washer, learn more about saving water outside.

Saving water at work

On average, we use 50 litres of water a day while at work. Whether you work in an office or outdoors, you can still do your bit to help. Learn more about saving water in your workplace.



Looking for more tips to save water?

Check out our handy guide for more ways to use water wisely around the home and in the garden.


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Did you know?

The average family emits the equivalent of two transatlantic flights in carbon through their water consumption each year. Cutting down on hot water wastage will help reduce your carbon footprint and energy bills.


In the bathroom



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In the garden



Did you know?

The average hosepipe can use as much as 500 litres an hour - enough water to have 6 baths, or 10 showers!


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Did you know?

Large quantities of water can be wasted on grounds maintenance - particularly during the summer months.


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Looking for more tips to save water?

Check out our handy guide for more ways to use water wisely around the home and in the garden.


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