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outside your home

Used water from your bath, shower and kitchen is referred to as grey water and can be used to water your plants. This is a great short-term fix to water your plants during the summer, and if there's a drought.

Occasionally we offer free water saving garden kit to help you become water efficient.

If these are available, you can order yours here.

Additionally you can watch our water saving videos and learn How to use our garden kit or How to install a water butt.

Here are some further examples of how water can be saved and help reduce your bills:

In the garden
  • Use a watering can instead of a hosepipe to water the garden and save a whopping 225 litres of water in 15 minutes.
  • Collect rainwater in a water butt to use in your garden and keep your beds blooming all summer.
  • Cover soil with pebbles, gravel or chipped bark to keep moisture in and weeds out.
  • Let the grass grow and set your mower on a higher setting to keep the moisture in.