Wash in a vegeta-bowl

Use a bowl for washing vegetables. Washing your veg under running water can use up to 20 litres every minute, so use a bowl when washing and preparing your vegetables, or doing the washing up. You can use the leftover water to water plants or rinse out your cans and glass jars ready for recycling.

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Overview

Climate change is likely to make water scarcer. Hotter summers will increase demand and increase evaporation from rivers and reservoirs. More of our rainfall falling in heavier bursts means that it is more likely to rush down our rivers to the sea rather than topping up our aquifers. And, since purifying and pumping water uses energy, if we can reduce the amount of water we use we conserve a precious resource and reduce carbon emissions. That sound good!

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