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Through our water bill analysis process and ongoing monitoring our team can create a strategy to improve your water efficiency.
When creating water efficiency strategy for your business, we must:
- Understand the carbon load of different water types
- Prioritise the water efficiency of different water sources
- Use water meters and data loggers to understand your current water usage
- Only use rain or greywater in the strategy where it makes carbon sense
By implementing a water performance strategy for your business we can reduce the amount of water you use from your mains water supplier therefore reducing the carbon load of the water supplied as well as your water bills.
What is the carbon load of water?
With the carbon load of water increasing companies need to start looking at ways in which they can save on the amount of water they are using from your mains water suppliers. It currently takes 1.2KkWh of energy to treat 1m3 of mains water which results in 0.7 kg of CO2 emissions.
Despite the non-domestic water industry only creating 0.6% of the UKs total carbon emissions it is still important to reduce your footprint where possible.
If your business is looking to not only reduce its water footprint but its carbon footprint as well, a water efficiency strategy could help you to do that.
Benefits of implementing a water efficiency strategy
By using H2O building services to create an all-encompassing strategy for your business we can:
- Reduce your water bills
- Increase efficiency of water usage
- Reduce your carbon footprint
- Reduce your water footprint
How to Get a Water Efficiency Strategy
Here at H2O building services we pride ourselves on making it easy for you to save money through our water effectiveness strategies. By following a step by step process we can quickly analyse your water usage, find leaks and put a water efficiency strategy in place.
To find out more about a water efficiency strategy for your business or to arrange for a member of our team to come out and see you then get in touch via our contact form or give us a call.