November 2013 - FlushKing.

  1. EU Standardisation of How Much Water A Toilet Flushes

      After research that has lasted nearly three years and costing in excess of £100,000, Eurocrats have decided to standardise toilet flush capacities across the EU! With the standardization meaning that a half flushwill be three litres, a full flush will be five litres and urinal one litre it is no better time to fit a FlushKING unit in your...
  2. Water Saving Tip No.3 - Office Newsletter

    Their is a lot of potential water waste within your business. Water savings aren't just for the home. If you run a business, you are even more likely to be on Water metering, and it is good business to encourage your employees to save water. If you publish an employee newsletter, pass on tips and advice to staff on...
  3. Southern Water Metering Programme

    Southern Water are to install water meters across the South East. By 2015 the majority of their customers who don’t already have a meter will be provided with one free of charge. You can find out here when your area is scheduled by visiting Southern Water. Having a meter means you only pay for what you use and puts you...
  4. Water Saving Tip No.2 - Water Changes in Fish Tanks

    Tip No: 2 - Don't throw out water change waste Water changes or partial water changes in a fish tank or aquarium can use gallons of water weekly, and it is vital for the preservation of the enviroment for your fish, so it has to be done. But the water you remove can be where you save water! This dirty...
  5. Water Saving Tip No.1 - Washing Dishes

    Tip No: 1 - Turn the Tap Off! This may seem obvious, but starting with the obvious is the best foundation to solid water conservation. If washing up by hand, don’t let the tap run continuously, even when it comes to rinsing plates off, use a wet sponge to remove the worst of the food rather than running every plate...
  6. Thames Water wants More money from you in 2014-15

    Thames Water has asked its regulator, Ofwat, for permission to raise prices. It wants to put up bills by about £29 per household during 2014-15, but has asked Ofwat if it can spread the rise over more than one year. Thames water's external affairs director Richard Aylard told BBC News that the increase was needed because of the cost of...
  7. Action from Downing St. on Water!

    Downing Street has indicated that action on water bills is to be  announced next week to address concerns about high utility prices. A spokesman from 10 Downing St. said it wanted regulators to examine whether the market was delivering for consumers. The Oposition leader Ed Miliband has said the water industry should be scrutinised, alongside energy, to deal with what...

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