Water

Water Efficiency

It’s easy to forget that our water supply is finite. With a growing population and the uncertainty of climate change placing pressure on our water resources, it is important that we all use water as efficiently as possible. By considering the following points to make your facility more water efficient, the club can save money, reduce its impact on the environment and make our national water supply more resilient.

Showers

Showers are a big factor for expensive water bills, and there are simple, inexpensive ways to lower water usage without compromising on performance. The following tips and tricks can help your club run more efficiently while saving money. Learn more…

Taps

Making sure that your club’s taps are not leaking and are being used properly is an easy way to conserve water and be cost-efficient. We’ve prepared a few suggestions that can be helpful to reduce water usage without reducing water pressure and performance. Learn more…

Toilets

Single-flush and leaky toilets are two reasons why your club’s water bill could be higher than necessary. Installing gizmos or upgrading to dual-flush toilets are just two ways that could help your club use water more efficiently, thus helping to preserve this precious resource. Learn more…

Appliances

Whether at home or in your clubrooms, we recommend looking for a high efficiency rating when purchasing dishwashers or washing machines. Not only do efficient appliances help with preserving water, they also reduce your water heating costs. Learn more…

Rainwater Capture

The usefulness of a rainwater tank is dependent on the amount of rainfall in the region, but can ease pressure on the country’s water system and reduce a club’s running cost in areas where water and waste rates are high. Rainwater capture is a great way to conserve water usage in your facility, while also to reducing your club’s environmental footprint. Learn more…

Greywater Recycling

Greywater recycling has many advantages – such as reducing the need for and reliance on the main water supply system, reducing wastewater peak flow discharging to council’s wastewater, and allowing for gardens to be watered during droughts. With the right technology, water that is used for showers can be re-used to flush toilets and on gardens. Learn more…

Leak Detection

Many sports clubs are suffering from the inefficiencies of ageing water infrastructure and often leaks. If left unattended these leaks can cost large amounts of money and result in significant property damage. Hard to access or invisible leaks, such as those located in walls or piping, further complicate matters by being difficult and/or expensive to resolve. Early detection and fast (smart) action is the key to making sure your water bills and property don’t pay the price for a sneaky leak. Learn more…