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How To Save Water At Work

It’s becoming increasingly important for businesses of all kinds and across all industries to start operating more sustainably, especially where water is concerned, as the combined pressures of climate change, extreme weather events, population growth, ageing infrastructure and increasing urbanisation are all having an impact on the availability of freshwater resources around the world.


The good news for businesses is that there’s a huge amount that can be done to reduce your water usage and consumption, making your operations more eco-friendly – and saving you money at the same time. Here are a few strategies you could consider if you are eager to reduce your impact on the planet as much as you can now and well into the future.


Switch water supplier


Comparing business water suppliers and switching to a retailer that better suits the needs of your company can help you make significant savings across your site.


A water audit will be carried out that can reveal any weak or vulnerable areas, which then allows you to introduce the appropriate water-saving solutions. These can also be adapted over time as the needs of your business change and evolve.


Water leak detection & repair


Did you know that three billion litres of water is lost through leakage in England every day? You may have a leak on your site and not even be aware of it, since the majority of leaks take place hidden away below ground or are so small that they’re barely noticeable.


But over time, leaks can become seriously problematic, so being proactive and keeping on top of them can reduce the amount wasted very significantly – while saving you money.


Rainwater harvesting


You can also reduce your reliance on mains water supplies by collecting and storing the rainwater that falls on your roof area. This is then filtered and reutilised, with typical applications including toilet flushing, laundry and process water, and vehicle washing.


Employee education & training


Another way to help reduce the amount of water you use at work is to make sure that you engage in staff training on the matter. Explaining the issues being presented as a result of climate change will no doubt encourage employees to review their own water usage habits and start thinking about how they too could go about saving water.


Water-efficient appliances


There are all sorts of different eco-friendly appliances you can now install across your site that can help you reduce the amount of water you use, everything from aerated taps to dual-flush toilets. Even little changes like this can make a big difference to how much water you use, so could be a great place to begin with your sustainability ambitions.


If you’d like to find out more about how to save water at work and the benefits associated with doing so, get in touch with SwitchWaterSupplier.com today.