The eternal question is, can we do something to improve our drinking water supply? Are you considering how to save water in summer season? One may wonder, ‘how to conserve water in summer?’, but there are simple tips to follow. And as we list them out, it is inevitable to think if we are indeed following them as responsible individuals.
1. Switch the tap ON only when you need to
Many times, the tap is running while we are busy with certain chores that do not require a running water supply. Turn that tap OFF and you save almost half of your daily usage.
2. Check for leaks and spills
On average, a household loses about 4000 liters of water every year due to leaks and overflow. Get your lines checked annually and change the washers to avoid water loss.
3. Protect water bodies from contamination
A contaminated water body not only ends up not being a water source to humans but also deprives all living beings of quality drinking water. Sadly, this can lead to deaths and famine. Protect them and you protect life on Earth.
4. Use Water-efficient filtration systems
It is one thing to filter water and make it potable, but altogether another thing if you have to waste three times water to get potable water which is most often the case with a water purifier.
Doulton’s ceramic water filters are efficient meaning we waste no water in our filtration process. Plus, they also work without electricity making it usable even in remote corners where power supply could be an issue.
Households receiving municipal water need nothing more than a Doulton water filter because it eradicates all the contaminants left behind after passing the distribution network. Furthermore, even British berkefeld loyalists find no reason to complain about a Doulton water filter because both are the same.
Why choose Doulton?
Additional features like filter authentication ensure you can trust in our product and know that it’s a genuine Doulton product – not a counterfeit! Plus, the Doulton Drops Loyalty Program means you can save money as well as saving water.