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23 July 19
With the mercury set to soar above a scorching 30c this week, local water company Affinity Water is issuing advice on how to keep cool during the hot weather and providing practical help to save water.
Hot weather can significantly affect the demand for water and the amount needed to be put into supply. However, there are small steps each person can take, that collectively, can reduce the demand for water significantly during hot periods.
During hot and dry periods, gardeners are also battling to keep their gardens blooming. However, there are many things they can do to ensure their garden continues to thrive whilst reducing reliance on treated drinking water for plants.
Special summer water saving products are also available through Affinity Water’s website, these include:
FREE trigger hose attachments to help direct water to where it’s needed
FREE Swell Gel packs - The gel absorbs water when it rains and releases it to plants when they need it. Great way to save water and time watering!
Free Guide to Water Clever Gardening
Massive discounts on water butts to collect rainwater, which can be used to water the garden or wash the car instead of relying on treated water.
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