A new website has been launched in support of national water saving week.

A new website has been launched in support of national water saving week.

The website www.watersavingweek.org.uk has been developed in support of a new national awareness week of the same name. Water Saving Week 2009 will be held on 17th – 23rd July and aims to reach all businesses, homeowners & tenants throughout the UK with one simple message ‘water costs and as such wasting water is throwing money down the drain’ says Shawn Coles founder of Water Saving Week.

It has been known for some while that our water resources are at times stretched, hosepipe bans are the tell tale signs. The increasing population and effects of climate change have put some parts of the UK under extreme pressure. The South East has less rainfall per head of population than parts of the Middle East for example Sudan. Overall, the UK has less water available per person than any other EU country apart from Belgium and Cyprus.

‘Helpful information, practical tips and good advice is what businesses and people at home need’ says Coles. The website www.watersavingweek.org.uk is certainly comprehensive. What will be of great interest to everyone is the option to complete a quick online water saving pledge/promise.

Online there are two pledges for companies, dependent on how much water you use as a business. Furthermore, the website has two promises. One aimed at individuals and the other toward families.

For more information contact: Shawn Coles, Carbon Neutral Media LLP, shawn.coles@cn-media.co.uk or 01825 732670

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