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Saving water

Let's work together to save water this spring

Let's Work Together to Save Water 


During a rainy spring, it might not feel like it, but the Environment Agency has classified the south east of England, including our supply area, as being in serious water stress. Here, there is 50 per cent less rainfall than the rest of the UK.

That’s why we’re passionate about conserving water to protect our environment and the wildlife it supports. We’re committing to reduce abstractions in sensitive chalk stream catchments and developing our network to be resilient to the effects of a changing climate. This involves using our smart network to find and fix leaks quicker than ever before.

Knowing how to lower your water usage during the spring and summer months is important for many reasons. As the weather improves, so does the demand for water, which can strain our local water resources. By reducing your water usage, you help make sure there's enough water for everyone. Explore the articles below to discover tips for saving water indoors and outdoors. 

Get started by visiting our GetWaterFit calculator, from our partners Save Water Save Money, to answer a few simple questions and get on your way to using less water and saving money in the process. You can also order a range of free water-saving devices, request a free leak repair or a free water-saving check to make sure you are prepared this winter. Discover tips for saving water indoors and outdoors below.  

The actions we take together can make a difference for our community and help protect our local environment.

Read on for helpful tips and more information to get started today

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