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Waterwise briefing on International approaches to PCC targets (2019)

This June 2019 Waterwise briefing provides a short review international examples of the use of PCC targets to drive greater water efficiency. It updates a previous review from 2018. 

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Ofwat Innovation Fund Consultation – Waterwise Response

Attached is the Waterwise response to a consultation undertaken by Ofwat into potentially setting up an AMP7 Innovation Fund. If progressed the fund could support collaborative research projects into challenges such as realising greater water efficiency.

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Why we need a mandatory water label – Waterwise Briefing

This short briefing summarises the evidence from the Energy Saving Trust 2018 and 2019 reports on the case for a mandatory water label to save water, energy and money. 

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Defra Consultation on Reducing Personal Water Use – Summary Waterwise Response

This is a shortened summary of the emerging Waterwise response to Defra's consultation on measures to reduce personal water use (deadline 11th October). 

Our response to each of the multiple choice questions is highlighted and a boxed paragraph included that sets out the primary reasons for each of our responses. 

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Waterwise response to Ofwat’s Draft Determinations

This is the Waterwise response to Ofwat's Draft Determination

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Water Labelling Phase 1 Project – Summary Report

Summary of an Independent Review, by the Energy Savings Trust in 2018, of the costs and benefits of water labelling options including voluntary labelling, mandatory labelling and linking labelling to minimum fittings standards and Building Regulations. Report re-issued in August 2019 with updated water saving data.

The findings support the case for a mandatory government led water labelling scheme (as in Australia) linked to minimum fittings standards and Building Regulation

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Water Labelling Phase 1 – Technical Report (Re-issue)

Independent review by the Energy Savings Trust in 2018 of the costs and benefits of water labelling options including voluntary labelling, mandatory labelling and linking labelling to minimum fittings standards and Building Regulations. Report re-issued in August 2019 with updated water saving data. The findings support the case for a mandatory government led water labelling scheme (as in Australia) linked to minimum fittings standards and Building Regulations

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Water Labelling Phase 2 Project – Infographic

Infographic drawn from the Phase 2 Project showing a summary of some of the costs and benefits of a mandatory water labelling scheme linked to minimum standards to fittings and tighter Building Regulations. 

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Water Labelling Phase 2 Project – Summary Report

The Phase 2 Water Labelling Project - Summary Report presents a summary of the findings of modelling into the the water, energy and financial savings that can be made through implementing a government led mandatory water label in the UK linked to minimum standards for fittings and various levels of water efficiency required through Building Regulations.

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Water Labelling Phase 2 Project – Technical Report

The Phase 2 Labelling Project - Technical Report presents the findings of modelling into the the water, energy and financial savings that can be made through implementing a government led mandatory water label in the UK linked to minimum standards for fittings and various levels of water efficiency required through Building Regulations.

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