Find out how you can save water both in the home and in the garden.
Saving water - All Questions
How can I save water in the home?
Here are our top five tips for saving water in the home:
Take a shower instead of a bathThe average shower uses 30 litres of water whereas a bath uses 80 litres.
Turn off the tap when brushing your teethA running tap can use six litres of water per
How can I save water in the garden?
There are lots of simple ways to save water in the garden. Here are our top five tips:
Install a water butt to collect rainwater for plants
Ditch the sprinkler and hose for a watering can
Apply mulch to reduce moisture loss
Recycle bath or shower wa
How can I calculate my water usage?
Find out how much water and energy you use at home with our easy-to-use online calculator.
How much water does the average household use?
In the South East region, the average daily consumption of an unmetered customer is 160 litres of water per person per day, the equivalent of taking two baths.
Based on this, a customer could use an average of 58,400 litres of water each year.
What are you doing to protect water resources?
We are proud of our work to protect the environment and educate people about the importance of using water wisely.
Supporting the communities in which we work and helping to protect wildlife and habitats is an important part of our business.