Water Saving Tips

CCW Offers Water Saving Tips

In support of Energy Saving Trust's Energy Saving Week (20 to 26 October) the Consumer Council for Water is encouraging consumers to take a look at where they may be wasting water, energy, and therefore money around the home. Around three quarters of a household's energy use relates to heating and hot water use, for example, in baths or showers or for washing clothes or dishes. By cutting water wastage through the following easy steps, families should see a reduction in their energy bill, and those who are charged for their water by meter should see a reduction in their water bill as well. [read more...]

October 20, 2008 // 1 Comment

Water Saving Advice from the Consumer Council for Water

After a severe drought in the south east of England in 2006, followed by one of the wettest summers on record in 2007, gardeners may be wary of what the summer of 2008 has in store. Whatever the weather, the Consumer Council for Water has tips to help keep gardens in tip top condition this summer. Take advantage of wet weather by installing a water butt, which collects rain water from a downpipe running from the roof, shed or greenhouse. [read more...]

May 1, 2008 // 1 Comment

Save water in 2008

The Consumer Council for Water is calling for customers to create a splash in 2008 by making a positive impact on the planet and saving money, with a New Year's resolution to save water. Forget expensive gym memberships, long hours on the treadmill and the 10 pounds that just won't budge. Those still searching for an easy resolution one can actually accomplish need look no further. Make a real impact, and possibly save some cash with these easy water saving tips. [read more...]

January 3, 2008 // 1 Comment