TIPS FOR SAVING WATER
To cohere to the Watercorp’s drive to save 60, a rainwatertank is one of the best options to save thousand of litres of water by utilising rainwater in the garden, washingmashine, flushing the toilets and washing your car or boat.
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TOTAL WATER SOLUTIONS AND SAVING
The typical household uses about 770 litres of scheme water per day. By collecting rainwater and using it in your garden, for drinking water, outdoor cleaning and applications inside your home, you can reduce your water consumption and save money on your water bill.
WATER SAVING TIP #1: INSTALL A RAINWATER TANK
Each year, around 50,000 litres of water could be collected from the average home’s roof area and used to supply part of your household’s water needs.
WATER SAVING TIP #2: TURN OFF YOUR IRRIGATION SYSTEM IN WINTER
Use the rainwater harvested in your Jo Jo tank!
WATER SAVING TIP #3: INSTALL A GREYWATER RE-USE SYSTEM
Greywater re-use systems are another way you can use water efficiently by irrigating your garden with greywater – which comes from places such as the bath, shower and washing machine – instead of precious drinking water. Call our staff for free advice regarding greywater systems.
GENERAL WATER SAVING TIPS
|Water Saving Tip||How much water you could save!|
|Install efficient ‘3 star’ 9 litre per minute showers||Approx 20,000 litres a year|
|Keep a bucket near the shower and use the ‘warming up’ water on the garden or indoor plants||Approx 12,000 litres a year|
|Stop running water while brushing your teeth!||Approx 7,000 litres a year|
|Run your dishwasher full and install a 4.5 star rated unit||Approx 35,000 litres a year|
|Wash your car on the lawn||Approx 5,000 litres a year|