Saving water at work

Here's some tips for using water more efficiently in the kitchen and bathroom and while cleaning and landscaping. It's also a good idea to check in on your cooling tower.

Areas to focus on to improve water efficiency:


Toilets, urinals, showers and basins account for a large proportion of water use in commercial properties. Save water and money by ensuring your amenities are operating efficiently.


Most commercial businesses use large volumes of water for cleaning. Re-evaluating your cleaning practices can save on cleaning time, chemical costs and unnecessary water use.


Water efficiency is an increasingly important part of landscaping. Advances in design and technology make it easier than ever to maintain healthy and water efficient gardens and landscapes.


Many industries and manufacturing processes use steam as a heat source and for cleaning and sterilisation. Producing steam efficiently can reduce water and energy consumption and save money.

Monitoring water use

Regular water use monitoring is the key to finding leakages and inefficiencies to help save water.

Smart Water Choices now apply

Find out what Smart Water Choices mean for your business, how to prepare your business' Water Efficiency Management Plan (WEMP) and frequently asked questions.