We are pleased to share our Water Efficiency 2017 Report, developed in partnership with The Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA).
Did you know that you eat 6,300 litres of water per day? Chocolate is a deceptively large water consumer, using 24,000 litres of water per kilogram. Beef products contain around 15,500 litres of water per kg. Read more...
Making a switch to a plant-based diet, either vegetarian or vegan, or reducing your meat consumption is an easy way to substantially decrease your own water footprint.
A significant amount of our water footprint from food comes from importing food into Australia and distributing it across the country. Choosing locally produced food has a number of benefits.
Eating in a traditional Mediterranean fashion can decrease water consumption by as much as 33% - Find out why.
Do you love back to basics camping? No running water. No showers. It is this kind of camping that really makes you think about the reality of water shortages. Chris Philpot, CEO, Smart WaterMark tells his story of a recent camping trip with his family.
In a significant development offering benefits to the holders of the Smart Approved WaterMark a partnership has been signed in Europe with the Water Saving NGO Waterwise.
If we are to survive as a species, its clear we must use water wisely and embed water efficiency into our culture. But how do we do this and how do we really perceive water?