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Saving H2O is the way to go!

Brushing social

As Central Hawke’s Bay experiences a run of hot weather with more sun expected in the days to come, residents of the district are encouraged to consider their home water usage during the summer months.

A ‘Saving H2O is the way to go’ message is currently being promoted through radio, digital media and local newspapers. The campaign will share tips and tricks offered by Hawke’s Bay residents, promoting water conservation. These every day ideas will demonstrate what local residents can do to prevent water wastage in their own homes.

Tips include turning off the tap while brushing teeth to save six litres of water, saving 1400 litres of water a month by only washing a full load of laundry at any one time, or keeping the pool top on to stop 80% of pool water evaporating. As part of the campaign, the Council will also be providing advice on how the district’s water usage is tracking over the summer period.

For tips on how you can save water at home, head to

17 December 2020

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