Did you know the average family around Australia uses between 250,000 and 300,000 litres of water per year?
50% of this water used is for toilet flushing and garden watering.
Rainwater or other fit for purpose sources of water could easily be
used for these activities potentially saving millions of litres of
water per year.
To find out about appropriate uses for rainwater view the 'Guidance on use of rainwater tanks' docoment (633kb PDF) Government's Department of Health and Ageing.
Go to the GreenPlumber® website for lots of handy tips on the following information:
How much water do you use?
Reducing your water consumption (water saving tips)
How to do a water audit
The new National water efficient product labeling scheme (WELS)
Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 May 2011 21:11