Cutting back on your water use not only saves water, but also saves energy, money and the environment. With the impact the current drought is having in the New England it is important that we all take a role in preserving our most precious natural resource. There are a number of easy ways for you to save water at home, schools and at work. Check out the links below for some water saving tips.
How can we save water?
Smart Water Advice is a national, not for profit, water efficiency program, run by Smart Approved WaterMark for water utilities and Councils to help water utilities, businesses and councils to provide professional water efficiency information to their customers and residents.
The platform contains over 35 pages of regionalised water saving content for homes, gardens and workplaces, as well an interactive resources such as plant finders, water calculators and more!
The resources below have been designed to provide you with some easy ways to save water in your home, garden and at work.
Check out this interactive resource from Smart Approved Water Mark.
You are invited to spend five minutes in the water loving home to see how easy it is to save water. You can apply these handy tips to your own home.
View possible water restrictions in effect within your local government area by selecting your Council logo below.