If your water bills are rising, and there’s no clear reason why, then you may have a leak somewhere on your site.

Water is crucial to businesses of all shapes and sizes. At the very least, we need water to heat, cool and clean our sites, and with demand growing, our limited water supply is becoming increasingly stretched.

With the ongoing summer heatwave, see how you can save water in your workplace in three simple ways.

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As temperatures continue to soar throughout the UK, many of us aren’t complaining about the lack of the rain that typically characterises a British summer - but with greater pressure on our water supplies, we all need to make sure we’re using water wisely.

While energy efficiency plans are a key part of many organisations strategies today, there doesn’t seem to be as much focus on water efficiency. As a water retailer, we’re conscious of just how precious this resource is and we understand how vital it is to conserve it.

The opening of the non-domestic water market in April was the biggest change the water industry has seen since it was privatised in 1989.

As a water supplier, we know just how precious water is as a natural resource. This infographic contains tips for improving water efficiency in the workplace.

Whether your business is a one-man band or a large multinational, you’re probably continually looking for ways to reduce your costs and improve your bottom line.

As businesses look to get to grips with utility costs or improve their sustainability credentials, smart meters are becoming a crucial tool to measure and manage consumption – there are currently over 800,000 smart meters in commercial sites across Britain.