There are many opportunities to reduce the water used in businesses across Australia. It may be on the production line, in the office or perhaps the kitchen and bathrooms of your workplace. Find out how you can reduce the water consumption of your business.
There are benefits to saving water in construction and demolition - from houses to roadways and land development.
The hospitality sector demonstrates that saving water not only saves money, but also provides an important marketing edge in a very competitive industry.
The Australian food processing sector is the largest in the manufacturing industry. Saving water in food processing results in cost savings and environmental benefits.
The Australian textile, clothing, footwear and leather industry has an annual turnover of $9.3 million and employs about 65,000 people. The industry uses about 50 Gigalitres of water per year.
Whether you run a production, wholesale, or retail site, an adequate supply of water is always important. However, you may not be aware of the large amount of water wastage.
Non-Residential Laundries use large volumes of water with potential for significant water and cost savings. Where is the water in a non-residential Laundry used and how can you ensure water use efficiency.
There are many opportunities to reduce water consumption in heavy manufacturing operations, without reducing production. Find out how...
Water use is an integral part of the horticulture industry. Find out how to use water wisely in greenhouses, vegetable growing and orchards.