Scots told to curb water use after consumption surge

Scottish Water is calling on its customers to reduce their water consumption with forecasts of more dry weather to come. The appeal comes following a dramatic increase in water usage among Scottish Water customers. In total, Scots are using an average of 180 litres of water per person per day, some 45 litres more than those living south of the border.  

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