Living Greener encourages households to change their behaviour in consuming energy and water and reduce waste. Our team produced content that was encouraging and informative without being dogmatic. We broke up long tracts of text into smaller pages with more focus – we know audiences like to be able to quickly find what is relevant to them.
Water efficiency in the home means using less water to provide the same level of service or to get the same result. Water efficiency can be achieved by using improved technology, for example water-efficient appliances like washing machines and dishwashers.
Water-efficient models will get your clothes and dishes just as clean—they’ll just use less water doing it. Fixtures which allow us to use less water to get a job done effectively are also known as being water efficient, for example water-efficient showerheads, taps and toilets.
If you use less water that’s been heated, you’ll be saving energy as well as water.