Learn ways to monitor your water use, check out how your cooling towers function and find tips for cleaning, landscaping and maintaining your toilets and showers.
Saving water in business
Reducing water usage in your business saves you money on usage charges, can reduce wastewater and energy costs and contributes to the protection of our precious water resource.
Top tips to save water in your business
Whether you run a production, wholesale or retail site, we know how important a consistent and adequate water supply is for landscaping or nursery business.
It’s important to know how water is used in your hospitality business so you can better understand the opportunities to improve water efficiency and save water.
The construction industry can have a big impact on future water consumption by including conservation throughout each project. Read on to see how you can involve these practices in every stage.
In the Lower Hunter, the manufacturing industry consumes a significant amount of water, but with a little inspiration and innovation, there are ways to reduce this in heavy operations without effecting production.
Water is a crucial resource to our primary industries, and is used in large quantities for irrigation, cleaning and water stock.
It's almost impossible to save water if you don’t know how much you are using, where and when it is being used and where your best opportunities for water savings exist.
Find out what water restrictions mean for businesses in the Lower Hunter, how to prepare your business' Water Efficiency Management Plans (WEMP), and frequently asked questions.