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Hot Tips on Saving Water

  • There's nothing more satisfying than knowing you have saved a fortune on a rainy day;
  • Rainwater is free, pure, soft and plants love it.
  • Replace power showers with aerated ones.
  • Mulch your bare soil areas to slow down evaporation.
  • Power shower uses more water than a deep bath.
  • Wait untill the dishwasher is full before turning it on.
  • Put a plastic bottle full of water in the toilet cistern.
  • Turn taps off between use - even for a few seconds and especially in the kitchen. If left running kitchen taps use 12 litres of water per minute.
  • Don't leave the tap running fast when you clean your teeth.
  • Don't leave the tap running fast when you clean your teeth. Either rinse from a glass or turn the tap down to a dribble.
  • Insulate around hot and cold water pipes, a lot of water gets wasted by running taps whilst waiting for hot or cold water to run through.
  • With rainwater Harvesting you can measure the amount of water that you are using in the home and have an idea of where water is being wasted.
  • Repair all dripping taps.
  • It is better to give plants a really good watering once a week than a bit every day. Often, the water just remains in the top layer of soil away from the roots and simply evaporates without giving the plants any benefit at all.
  • Replace old taps with new aeratedTaps.
  • Check that the toilet is not leaking water down the back of the bowl as is often the case with dual flush valve toilets.
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