How to save money on water bills
It’s not uncommon for people to use water without even thinking about it, so put reminders in place to help staff become more mindful.
It could be as simple as a polite notice in communal areas, like the bathroom or kitchen, to remind your staff to avoid running taps unnecessarily and to make sure they are turned off completely when they’re finished. After all, a running tap wastes more than six litres of water a minute and a dripping tap can waste more than 5,500 litres of water a year!
Plus, if your business has appliances that use water, such as dishwashers or washing machines, make sure you choose energy-efficient ones. They’ll save water, as well as electricity, so you could cut costs even further.
Installing smart meters to monitor your gas and water supply will ensure you only pay for the energy you use, which is especially useful for SMEs that don’t typically use a lot of energy.
Smart meters are a great way to keep an eye on exactly how much you’re using – so you can make adjustments if you’re using too much.
While making small changes to your day-to-day business is important, a sure-fire way to cut your bill costs is to switch to a cheaper tariff.
What holds many businesses back from switching is the worry that it is a time-consuming task, but with our help, it doesn’t have to be. Here at Everflow Water, our switching process has been rated highly by our customers, as you can see on our Trustpilot and we offer great value rates which have saved our customers on average £500* per year. It’s why we’re the fastest growing retailer in the market! Click here to get a quick quote.