With the hosepipe ban looming upon some of us there are many ways you can conserve our precious clear stuff!
The data below shows the percentage of water used in each water-using area of your home.
With 13% of water being used to wash your clothes, it’s important to make sure your washing machines are not letting you down with your quest to save water!
Here at LG Towers we want to do our best to help you save as much water as you can, so just check out our new 12kg Washers F1495BD & F1495BDS who are both proud to wear the much sought after Waterwise Checkmark, both using minimal water to wash a family sized 12kg load! Or if the thought of doing the dishes over the Easter break is getting you down – what better a time to invest in our TrueSteam Dishwasher also, of course, endorsed by Waterwise for using only 9 litres of water to wash a full load – you’ll be saving precious water AND time! According to a University of Bonn study, you’re likely using more water (and energy) washing up by hand than using a modern efficient dishwasher. Even if you’re using a washing-up bowl. But make sure you fill the dishwasher or you’ll be wasting even more than if you were to wash up by hand!
Watch how Steam can save you time and money!
Here’s some handy tips on how to save water in your home!
1. Turn off the Taps
…Whilst cleaning your teeth, sounds obvious right but a running tap can waste 6 litres of water a minute!
A bath typically uses around 80 litres while a shower can use as little as a THIRD of that amount!
3. Veg Washing
By washing your fruits and veg in a bowl rather than under a running tap, you could cut down on water waste effortlessly. And as an added bonus, you can use the leftover water to feed your houseplants.
For more ways to save water just head over to the Waterwise Website for some quick and easy tips!