MCG helps drive people to Save Water Save Money
The UK’s largest provider of water saving products and services, Save Water Save Money, has appointed MCG PR to help drive awareness of its new online calculator, which helps save up to £95 on annual utility bills.
Save Water Save Money has worked in partnership with nine of the UK’s leading water companies to develop the calculator, which can accurately help households reduce their water and energy consumption.
Tim Robertson, Chief Executive of Save Water Save Money commented: “To date we have helped over 1million customers save over 51 billion litres of water. We’re very excited to have launched this new Water Savings Calculator as it offers truly personalised advice and recommendations for helping households save water and solutions to save up to £95 a year on utility bills.
We’re delighted to be working on this project with MCG. They’ve hit the ground running, already securing us coverage on some of the UK’s biggest sites, helping drive traffic directly to the calculator.”
On average, UK home owners use nearly 350 litres of water every day and up to 25% of energy bills is spent on heating water, so cutting down on water usage leads to reduced energy bills as well.
The Water Savings Calculator, which takes no more than ten minutes to complete, provides you with a unique water usage report showing how much water, energy and money is going down the drain around your home and provides personalised tips and advice to help you save. Based on this information and your region, you will then receive a free personalised Water Saving Box in the post*, which includes water saving devices to help you save up to £95 a year.
The Water Saving Calculator can be found at savewatersavemoney.com
– Cutting your family’s showering time by only one minute each can cut £120 a year from your energy and water bill***
– In the UK we use more than 840 billion litres of water each year in showers and spend more than £2.3billion heating water for those showers
– 25% of the average household energy bill is spent heating water