How to save water in style in your bathroom

When it comes to redesigning your bathroom, taking water efficiency into account has more or less become a necessity. 

We should all be trying to conserve water, as it takes energy to process and deliver clean water to our homes not to mention heat it for a shower or bath. 

Happily, the latest key pieces for bathrooms are often created with water efficiency at the heart of their design. From aerated showers and taps to dual-flush toilets, these water-saving wonders will allow you to create an eco-friendly bathroom, without having to sacrifice your self-care rituals. 

1. Turn off the taps properly

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You really don’t need to leave the water running when brushing teeth or shaving, so turn them off!

2.Check for leaks regularly

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Do you have a dripping tap, leaky cistern or pouring overflow? Wasted water can cost you a huge amount a year so it really is worth attending to those niggly jobs promptly. Little leaks can quickly turn into bigger floods, causing damage to surrounding cupboards, floors and ceilings.

3.Reduce the amount of time you spend in the shower

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We all like taking a nice long shower, but it’s a notorious water-waster.

4.Use water-efficient equipment

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If you are redesigning your bathroom, water efficiency will be a basic consideration. New bathroom equipment is specifically created with water efficiency at the heart of its design.

5.Buy a toilet with a dual-flush system

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You may already be familiar with toilets with a dual flush. There are two buttons –  one for a small flush and one for a big flush. Most dual flushes come with 4/6 litre flushes. This means you only ever use what you need. In comparison to standard flush systems, this could save you up to 5,000 litres of water every single year.
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