Resources

Search Resources

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

For the full article click here.

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. 

For the full article click here.

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.

For the full article click here.

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.

For the full article click here.

Waterwise Irrigation Guidance

Waterwise, The Environment Agency, Cranfield University and Environmental Solutions International came together to produce this 2 page guidance on being a water wise irrigator. It outlines the importance of being a resilient business with smart plans when it comes to dry summer weather. It also includes useful links to find out more information on irrigation and weather.

For the full article click here.

Social Value in Public Procurement – Consultation Response

Waterwise submitted a short response to this Cabinet Office consultation into introducing a mandatory requirement for a minimum 10% allowance in public procurement tenders for the delivery of social value, including environmental sustainability. Our response highlighted the positive role of water efficiency in social value and the benefits to the environment.

For the full article click here.

Retail Water Market – Note from Joint Workshop (14th May 2019)

This note summarises the outcome from the 14th May 2019 joint workshop convened by Waterwise which looked at how we can raise the bar on water efficiency in the retail water market. It summarises the main challenges and opportunities that were identified and sets out a small number of proposed actions.

For the full article click here.

POWER h2020

The Project “Political and sOcial awareness on Water EnviRonmental challenges” (POWER) has been funded by the EU under the H2020-ICT10c-2015 Call. With a budget of 3.747.937,50€ for 48 months of activities, from December 2015 to November 2019, the Project will set up a user-driven Digital Social Platform (DSP) for the expansion and governance of POWER existing water networks.

The POWER DSP will contribute to the Europe 2020 social policy objectives, to enable large-scale social innovation in order to tackle specific social challenges and support the uptake of the Horizon 2020 programme results. It will be a Digital Social Platform for innovation and growth, by engaging on a large scale with stakeholders in the co-creation and delivery of digital products and services to citizens involving awareness-raising, new policy initiatives and deployment.

For the full article click here.

Welsh Water Water Efficiency Winter Promotional Events

Welsh Water planning document for winter water efficiency promotional events around Wales, following the success of summer 2018 internal events.

For the full article click here.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 17 18 19 20 21