1. Identify leaks
Simply keeping an eye out for leaking taps or toilets and getting them fixed can save thousands of litres of water per year.
2. Spreading Awareness
Educating staff on basic water saving techniques and what to do in case of an emergency such as a burst pipe. Staff should know where the shut off valve is located to shut the pipes in such cases.
Encourage them to be water efficient – why not install water meters on each site and have a water efficiency competition?
3. Water recycling –
Make use of water efficiency technology with greywater recycling and rainwater harvesting. Contact our team to find how they can help you save and which is the most suitable one for you.
4. Install Sub-meters –
Your standard water meters are important for almost any business looking to cut costs, but a sub-meter provides an even more in-depth look at how your onsite water is being used.
5. Water Efficient Equipment –
There a number of water saving devices that can be installed with ease and at low cost that reduce wastage in toilets and taps. Under the ECA, these investments can also be tax free.