Saving Water | Saving Rain Water | Water Sustainability | Water Harvesting
Water is a natural commodity that simply isn’t taken seriously enough around the world.
Everyone can help save rainwater… it’s not really rocket science. Generally, all it takes is a bit of forward planning. The most obvious means of saving rainwater is the garden water butt. But when you think about it, anything can be used to save and store water. Buckets, tanks, ditches and ponds can be utilised to great effect.
On a larger scale, reservoirs, rivers and canals can be channelled or tapped without negative ecological fall-out with good collaboration, planning and re-directed funding. Then there’s the construction of water collecting buildings… the list goes on.
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Each household in the UK uses on average around 360 litres each day.