Water Saving Week 2017

 

Water Saving Week

 

20th- 24th March 2017

Are you ready for the third annual Water Saving Week? Coinciding with World Water Day, and aiming to raise awareness, Water Saving Week challenges you to see how you can save water.

Each day has a unique theme that will focus on saving water in a particular area whether it be at home, in your garden, at work, at school or in your local community.

Water Saving Week packs are now available! Go to the Water Saving Week pack page to download a range of great resources that will help you get involved.

If there are any problems accessing this information, please email wsw@waterwise.org.uk 

To stay up to date and find out what’s going on, keep an eye on our website, search #watersavingweek on twitter, facebook and instagram, check out the daily themes, take on our challenges and get involved!


Get Involved

Get stuck into Water Saving Week by taking on our challenges, get tweeting #watersavingweek - how do you save water? Where do you currently struggle to save water? Share your water photos and help spread the word on water saving!

Want fact sheets, posters to put up and infographics to share? Then click here for our Water Saving Week downloadable packs of goodies.

Each day of Water Saving Week is themed around a certain topic, and has a challenge attached. Check out the Daily Challenges - Can you take on all 5?

We will also be running a photagraphy competition across the week - watch this space for further details.

Check out some Water Saving Ideas and Facts to get you started, or read more in our themed blogs.

Throughout the week check out our tweets @waterwise or by searching #watersavingweek. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @Waterwiseuk

Want to get in touch, then contact us on wsw@waterwise.org.uk or 0207 9172826.

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We’re delighted to partner up for this year’s campaign with a number of organisations including WaterSafe – the water-sector backed online search facility where you can find trusted and qualified plumbers in your area. Plumbers approved through WaterSafe are trained to meet the strict regulations for installing pipes and fittings which supply drinking water, and can also help homes and businesses become more water efficient.

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