Saving Water For A Better Britain

Stretford, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 22, 2009 -- On daily basis, per capita water consumption in England is around 150 litres per day and a lot of energy is spent on moving, treating and cleaning that amount of water. This massive use has become a factor of concern for law makers and environmentalists as availability of water in the UK is lower compared to other European countries.

Demand for water in the UK could increase by 25 per cent by 2020. According to the estimates of European Union demand for water in parts of the UK already outstrips that of many Mediterranean countries and it is likely to get worse with climate change. In south eastern states of the UK the situation is even worse compared to desert countries like Syria and Sudan. Along with this water scarcity, the level of green house gas emission while meeting the water need has led the way for water-efficiency and energy-efficiency programs. Policymakers and environmentalists are worried that factors like climate change, population shifts and behaviour will force UK to face increased water stress in coming future.

Homeowners can achieve around a 30% savings on their water bills if they implement simple water management measures. In this regards, installing EcoFlo is of great help. This equipment is easy to install and use. Be it a 0.2 bar or a 10 bar, the performance of EcoFlo is not affected. This equipment enables bathrooms to consume less water and is environment friendly too. Some of the manufacturers are providing 10 years guarantee on EcoFlo.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 22, 2009 at 5:38 am
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