The water environment and climate change

  • Life without plastic written on a clear reusable water bottle. The water bottle is held at the beach overlooking the ocean
    Get your fill of tap water on National Refill Day

    Have you got the bottle to help turn the tide on plastic pollution? Great – then we’d love you to support National Refill Day on Wednesday (19 June). It’s a chance to show we’re all determined to reduce the millions of single-use plastic bottles that end up polluting our environment by opting to carry a … Continued

  • 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 … Continued

  • Marathon Man Mike: Going the extra mile for WaterAid

    Our head of policy and research Mike Keil will be pounding the streets of Edinburgh later this month in a marathon effort to raise money for a charity close to his and CCWater’s heart – WaterAid. Having clocked up more than 500 miles during training, the father-of-three explains why it’s been worth every ache and … Continued

  • Climate change: a challenge we cannot afford to ignore

    Not a day seems to pass at the moment without some reference to climate change in the media – but how often do you read beyond the headlines? For many of us it might seem like a dull subject for boffins to tussle with, while the rest of us get on with our daily lives. … Continued

  • Get your home wrapped up for winter

    After one of the hottest summers on record the looming prospect of a cold winter is enough to send a shiver down the spine. But that’s nothing compared to the damage freezing temperatures can do to our home’s water pipes if we leave them exposed to the cold. There are lots of simple things we … Continued

  • 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. … Continued