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Water efficiency policy and procedure

Water efficiency policy and procedure

Many people seem to believe there is an endless supply of fresh clean water. However, a growing population and increasing levels of pollution are threatening the availability of water. Water restrictions are likely to become more common in the future and the price of water, which has already increased significantly over the last ten years, is set to rise further. Therefore, there has never been a greater incentive to manage and reduce the amount of water used within the workplace.

Water efficiency

Reductions and efficiencies can be achieved through the adoption of a number of relatively simple, yet effective, techniques. These will not only demonstrate your organisation’s commitment to the environment, but also have significant cost benefits. Our Water Efficiency Policy and Procedure will provide you with the basis for implementing such changes within your own workplace.


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