Our water usage calculator estimates your annual water consumption based on your answers to questions regarding water use in and around the home.
Most people have a plentiful supply of greywater around the home, and if utilised properly, it could save thousands of buckets of drinking water. Read our handy advice on recycling your greywater below.
Greywater can contain certain disease-causing microorganisms, fats, oils, detergents, salts and more that are derived from the home and personal cleaning. If you switch to greywater-safe detergents and cleaning products, this should minimise the impact on your wastewater.
Using greywater can be as simple as bucketing it out by hand into the garden, or as complex as installing an automatic diversion, treatment and irrigation system.
Working safely with greywater
There are a number of do's and don’ts to be taken into account when installing and using a greywater system. These vary depending on the type of system used and the level of treatment.
Saving water in the laundry
Saving water in your laundry can be easy, check out our water-saving tips to turn your laundry into the most water-efficient room in your house.