Manage your costs
Whether you are a small business with only one toilet and a handwash basin or a coffee shop, hairdresser or florist with greater water needs, your business water is a cost which must be managed.
The good news is that there are many ways that you can save water, such as upgrading old fixtures and fittings, identifying leaks, switching off taps when handwashing and making sure dishwashers and washing machines are fully loaded.
How to Save Water
Save water and reduce your monthly bills with our practical water saving measures and helpful advice.
Your business can start saving water straight away by putting a few practical measures in place.
- Start with a simple review of your commercial water usage using our Site Walk Around Checklist
- Follow our Step by Step Guide to saving water and understand how Your Water Bill works
- The biggest changes happen when staff are engaged in your water efficiency measures. Download our Achieving Behaviour Change guide to find out how to get them involved.
Remember, some simple changes to how you use water on a daily basis will also help your business to save money. Staff can get involved too by following this simple advice or by downloading our Water Efficiency Guide.
If you are looking for further advice, then contact us.