Water Saving Week

Water Saving Week
Water Saving Week is when people across the county are encouraged to help save water and help protect the environment.

Hosted by Waterwise, this year’s Water Saving Week focuses on the vital link between climate change and water efficiency. The campaign aims to spread awareness about how important saving water is for coping with climate change, keeping our environment healthy, and helping our communities to thrive. Each day there will be a specific focus on a compelling reason why saving water is so important.

To get involved search #WaterSavingWeek on social media and explore the Water Saving Week webpages to check out the daily themes, and try out some of the water saving hints and tips.

You can also sign up to our Pledge15 campaign to reduce the amount of water you use and be in with a chance of winning a prize.

▶️ Did you know?

Climate change, population increases and changes in lifestyle have led to increasing pressure being put on our water supplies. As a result, it is more important than ever that we take care with how we use water. Taking positive action now can help to ensure that there is enough water to go around: for our neighbourhoods, for our businesses and for the environment.
  • The UK has less available water per person than most other European countries.
  • The South East of England has less water available per person than some African countries.
  • Even Scotland, Northern Ireland and the North of England have experienced water scarcity in the last few years.

Tips to help you save water

Read our water saving tips and find the ones which suit you

 Posted: 7 May 2020