During national Water Saving Week, Southern Water is reminding customers its teams can help them save water -and save on their bills.

Customers can apply for a free water-saving home visit, where an engineer could fit up to £100 of free water-saving devices in kitchens, bathrooms and toilets.

These include tap inserts, water-efficient showerheads, dual-flush converters, and the supply and installation of water butts. 

Katy Taylor, Southern Water Chief Customer Officer said: “We all rely on water every day, but our population is growing fast, and climate change is bringing greater risk of floods and drought. This puts pressure on our water supply and there’s only so much we can take from our environment. 

“To conserve this precious resource, we’ve committed to reduce leakage, we’re looking at new ways to reuse water and we’re helping our customers use less water. 

“Get in touch with us and we’ll book a convenient time for one of our engineers to visit your home. In under two hours, they’ll explain how simple, everyday changes could help you save water, save energy – and, in turn, save money on your bills.” 

Customers can find home visit booking forms on the website.

It also offers helpful tips that show how small changes in daily routine can help save water in your home and garden – cutting household bills. 

Taking place between 23 and 27 May, Water Saving Week is an annual week created by Waterwise to raise awareness of the issues around water use.

24 May 2022

By Ed

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