Incredible To Save Big On Water Bills In Your Business


Water expenses may seem like a small sum initially, but it can accumulate over time and add up quickly. But there are ways to conserve water usage and reduce the hefty water bills at the end of the month for your business.

All it requires is dedication and small-small initiatives. Small changes can scoop huge differences, and that can happen when you chalk out ways to increase your workplace water efficiency to keep a check on water bills. Here is how you can get started:

Routine check-up

One of the major reasons why water goes wasted is leaky taps and pipelines. You might have also witnessed the same in your office premises some or the other time.

Even if an employee finds a leaky tap, they cannot do anything about it unless it is repaired and fixed. Hence, checking leaky pipes and faucets and fixing the same on a regular basis can help prevent water wastage.

Installation of automated taps

Automated taps have their own set of advantages in terms of hygiene and water wastage prevention. Since automatic faucets are a no-touch alternative that makes it convenient to use a tap without touching the surface, it also saves a lot of water as it shuts down as soon as you remove your hand from beneath the faucet.

Such taps also safeguard you against acquiring the common cold virus, Shigella bacteria, streptococcus, etc., that can be spread through cross-contamination.

Usage of smart irrigation tactics

If your business premises have lots of greenery inside and need irrigation, implement smart irrigation technology instead of practicing traditional irrigation techniques. This can aid in saving a lot of water at the workplace. You can also consider adjusting the timer of sprinklers as per the different zones and also switch it off when it rains.

Using water restrictors

Water restrictors, as the name suggests, are devices that restrict the flow of water per usage. You can get it fixed and coordinated with taps, flush tanks, and other water sources that automatically turn off after letting out a fixed quantity of water. This prevents water wastage and also puts a limitation on the water used throughout the day.

 Educate your employees

Saving water at the workplace should be a combined goal as it cannot be accomplished by a single initiative. Most of the time, you can see employees paying no heed to water wastage without even realizing its ill effects.

Running taps, flushes, etc., is a common sight at workplaces and can be controlled only if all the employees pledge to adhere to the safe water motto. Hence it is imperative that you educate all your employees about saving water so that they can stick to the mission.


Water bills can drain a considerable amount of money from your business account. But there are ways to save yourself from paying an unnecessary hike in water bills. So what are you waiting for? Check out the above tips and start practicing the same in your workplace so that your hard-earned money and water never go to waste.

Rachel Crib
Rachel Crib
Rachel has lived in Lancaster her whole life. Trish has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and the Lancaster Post. As a journalist for The Tiger News, Cristina covers national and international developments.

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