Gardeners in South Cheshire are already being urged to think about saving water as they prepare for the summer.
United Utilities has joined the Environment Agency to highlight the environmental impact of ever-increasing water use. Simon Boyland, United Utilities' Supply and Demand Manager, said that although there was no water shortage in the North West, "it makes sense to use water wisely in the home and garden throughout the year".
As part of the campaign, the Environment Agency and United Utilities have put water saving tips on their websites, so that people can find out more and play their part. The website addresses are: United Utilities (The website link that was here no longer works) and Environment Agency (The website link that was here no longer works) . On the Environment Agency website, follow the links on the list on the left via "Water Resources" to "How we help to save water" to "are YOU saving water"?
Audlem Online fully supports the initiative and hopes that United Utilities will follow its own guidance and repair leaks as soon as possible. Regular readers will remember the protracted saga of De-Nile last October and November.
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