How you can save water in the home

Save water in the home 

We can all save water by making simple changes to our daily habits.

If we all use less water it means:

  • more water is available for the environment
  • less energy is used treating water
  • less carbon is created treated and transporting water.

Plus if your property is metered, saving water will lower your bill too.

Tips to save water in the kitchen

Tips to save water in the bathroom

73% of the water you use in the home is typically used in the bathroom

Free water saving pack

Our free water saving pack has devices to help you save water in your home. It contains:

  • a four-minute shower timer to remind you when it is time to get out of the shower
  • a cistern bag to save 1.2 litres every time you flush (not suitable for dual flush toilets, or for cisterns with a capacity of less than seven litres)
  • a leaky loo strip to help you identify if your toilet has a leak.
  • a twin tap aerator kit to save up to 18 litres a day.

Order your free water saving pack

Special limited offers: follow us on social media to find out about seasonal extras we add to water saving packs.

Toilet

Got a leaky loo?

Do a simple test to see if water is being wasted.