Water is often thought to be plentiful in the UK, but despite perceptions of rainfall the number of areas in the South East becoming classified as water stressed is increasing. A changing climate and increased population means that there is a risk of insufficient water being available in some areas for basic needs.

Water for drinking and cooking only accounts for around 18% of typical residential consumption, but toilet flushing accounts for around 33%. Reducing the amount of water used for non-consumption purposes can be achieved through efficiency as well as grey water and rainwater harvesting systems.

We provide water audits that verify the water consumption, as well as compliance with the Water Regulations. Audits can also analyse the water quality and report of any microbes and contaminants as part of a laboratory sample.