Cold is cool

How often do you turn on the hot tap to wash your hands, start when the water is running cold and finish before the hot water comes through? All that hot water in the pipes on its way to you is just wasted. So why not use the cold tap instead? Your hands will be just as clean and you’ve cut your carbon emissions. Simple.

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Overview

According to our local water supply company, Bristol Water, showering accounts for 1/4 of the average household’s water use, and 1/4 of the average household’s energy bill goes on heating water. So if you shower for less time, shower less often, or reduce the shower flow rate you are saving water, energy, money and carbon emissions.

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