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Reaching net zero will take a cultural shift for companies in the water sector to make reducing carbon an integral part of all actions, the APPG water group has heard, along with a call for environmental contracts to complement social commitments made by the sector.
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Waterwise is asking people to start the new year with a pledge to use less water throughout January to encourage long-term changes to habits.
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Fresh off the success of Water's Worth Saving, Waterwise has launched a month-long campaign to persuade people to value water more highly and use it more efficiently
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Water cannot be excluded from energy and planning discussions if the UK is to meet its commitments to net zero, according to a new paper from the Westminster Sustainable Business Forum that recommends ambitious targets for consumption and calls for mandatory sustainable drainage and water labelling.
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With public concern about waterways growing, two Hertfordshire MPs have formed an all-party group on chalk streams
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Water companies are upping their game in bid to get their customers to save water after seeing a surge in use during lockdown. Alison Murphy, water strategy manager for SES Water, talks about the company’s new campaign
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The majority of householders have no conception of how much water they use, with 78 per cent believing they consume under 60 litres a day. This is according to a new survey from Water UK, which says the results underline the need for education around the value of water to help people lower their usage.
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A coalition of water groups have written to business and energy secretary Alok Sharma to petition the government to include water efficiency measures within its new £2 billion Green Homes Grant scheme, noting that the carbon emissions from heating water in homes far exceed those produced by the industry itself.
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The well-established, voluntary water efficiency label has gained recognition across Europe but water efficiency experts fear the nature of it would limit its adoption on high consumption goods, the Bathroom Manufacturers Association argues that re-inventing the wheel would hinder progress
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