Domestic Water Management Plan
Sustaining water resources is becoming increasingly important as Australia’s population continues to grow at around 1.3%.
Implementation of rainwater harvesting can assist in a 35% reduction of municipal water supply.
The water quality and infrastructure concerns of local governments and industry are the key drivers of the term phrase, “urban water management.” With the reduction of our water supply occurring at a faster rate than population growth, there are serious concerns about our water supply long term.
Consumers in Australia, can not take water consumption for granted, especially when water supply levels at key storage facilities have been reduced. Now is the time for the community to make a stand, and to conserve water with the assistance of water saving devices. Water management plans for residential properties need to be put in place.
The government imposed water restriction demands, as well as the search for ancillary equipment to aid in the capture, treatment, movement, and enjoyment of the water. Water Switch combination devices are the ideal product solution to assist you to save water.
With the urban water management push it is time you begin to think about developing an urban water management plan for your residential property.
Simplified, your plan should involve three steps:
- Installation of a rainwater tank and rainwater controller/water saving device.
- Connection of rainwater to applications such as toilets, washing machines, and garden sprinklers.
- Implementation of water saving tips around the home – using less water.
There are no set rules governing the plan, just one objective – to conserve our mains water consumption.
Water Pumps Aus believes that every household within Australia should connect rainwater to their toilet, and washing machine, to help conserve our nation’s water supply.
Saving water in the garden is very easy.
In the development of your plan:
- Reassess your relationship with water
- Learn to use water more sparingly
- Consider all the little things you can do today to make a difference.
- Talk to your local water specialists, tank manufacturer or Water Pump Specialist about solutions for your water management plan so you can start saving water today!