WATER SAVING TIPS

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Cutting down on your water use doesn’t need to affect your daily routine. Our water-saving ideas will show you how simple changes can make a really big difference.
symbolbulat2Turn off the tap when brushing your teeth.A running tap can use six litres of water per minute.
symbolbulat2Take shorter showers – we recommend four minutes.On average a shower uses 10 litres ofsymbolbulat2kwater a minute.
symbolbulat2Skip the car wash.A dirty car shows you’re doing your bit to save water. Be proud to be dirty.
symbolbulat2Fully load your washing machine.A full load uses less water than two half-loads.
symbolbulat2Only flush the toilet if you need to.On average, each flush uses 7 litres of water.
symbolbulat2Make your garden water efficient.Less watering doesn’t have to mean less gardening! Startsymbolbulat2kopting for plants that don’t mind going without a drink for a while. Your garden centre will besymbolbulat2kable to recommend plants that need less water.
symbolbulat2Fix leaking taps.A dripping tap can waste more than 60 litres of water per week.
symbolbulat2Keep a jug of water in the fridge.Planning ahead means there is no need to run the water untilsymbolbulat2kit gets cold.
symbolbulat2Don’t leave the tap running to clean dishes or vegetables.Use a bowl of water instead. Asymbolbulat2krunning tap uses 6 litres of water per minute.
symbolbulat2Order a water butt.Collect rainwater to use on your plants and lawn.
symbolbulat2Fill the kettle with only as much water as you need.This will save water and energy.

 

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