As part of our drive to promote water efficiency we have compiled a list of useful links which we believe provide further valuable information about this vital issue.

 

Businesses buying designated water-efficient products and technologies from the Water Technology List (WTL) can benefit from the accelerated tax relief provided by ECAs

Information regarding a host of Water Technologies including Changing Technologies within Bathrooms

Waterwise is a UK-wide NGO that works closely with Government, regulators, industry and other non-governmental organisations. Waterwise aims to reduce water wastage in the UK, across commercial and domestic sectors, and to build the economic case for sustained, large-scale water efficiency projects

The UK's specialist development charity working to help give poor people in Asia and Africa a safe water supply, sanitation and associated hygiene practises.

The industry association that represents all UK water and wastewater service suppliers at National and European level. Working on behalf of the water industry towards a sustainable future.

Aim to unite the world plumbing industry to safeguard and protect the environment and the health of nations, for the benefit of all.

Don't despair if you are affected by a hosepipe restriction - there are many other ways to ensure that your garden gets all the water it needs. 

This site has lots of information on how to live a greener life.

Protect your little bundle of joy from birth and beyond. 

Unintentional injuries in and around the home are a leading preventable cause of death and emergency hospital admissions for children, particularly those under 5 years. 

This booklet is brought to you by the Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Child Death Overview Panel and is designed to raise awareness of potential hazards. 

We hope you find the following pages packed full of tips you can follow to keep your baby as safe and healthy as possible. 

Remember, the best way to keep your little one safe is to properly supervise them at all times.  Download the fact sheet HERE.

 

This site is supported by the National Home Improvement Council Educational Trust