Saving water and money

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    Blog: Talking to customers about the need to save water – what works?

    Many parts of the UK are set to face water shortages by 2050; yet the prospect of having reduced access to water as a result of climate change can feel quite distant to customers. Our research suggests that more than half of customers in England and Wales are not aware of the challenges we face….

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    CCW research into kitchen sink habits Highly Commended at Market Research Society Awards

    CCW research, produced in collaboration with Blue Marble, into the kitchen sink habits of households in England and Wales has been Highly Commended at the Market Research Society (MRS) Awards 2021. The Sink Sense research used motion sensitive cameras to observe the difference between what consumers tell us about their kitchen sink habits and what…

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    A blooming great garden without the need to splash out

    The Chelsea flower show has certainly given us garden envy this week and we hope it has inspired you to think about getting out and about in the garden too. With an extra-long weekend in store for many of us, thanks to the Bank Holiday, it’s the perfect time to start thinking about getting your…

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    Flush with ideas to save this Water Saving Week

    This week sees the the fifth annual Water Saving Week – a campaign organised by Waterwise aimed at helping us all to use water more wisely. With a growing population and climate change putting increasing pressure on our water resources, it’s never been more important for use water wisely – and that’s why we’re delighted…

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    Get your water bills looking trim with our money-saving tips

    While many of us might be feeling a few kilos heavier after Christmas there’s a good chance your wallet feels considerably lighter. The festivities can often leave us nursing a financial hangover which makes the New Year the ideal time to look at ways to save money. Soaking up savings on your water bills is…

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    Water way to start saving this summer

    In the UK we each use an average of 141 litres of water every day – but as the temperature rises so does our water usage, with paddling pools at the ready, thirsty gardens and even thirstier people. This rise in demand can mean supplies become stretched, with the absence of rainfall making our natural resources less plentiful….