Saving water

Although there are currently no water restrictions in place, residents are encouraged to continue to be water wise and to treat water as a valuable resource.

Reducing water consumption in and around your home will not only have a positive impact on your usage charges, but it's also good for the environment. Saving water will also reduce the need for new reservoirs and supply systems to be built and will also lessen the costs for treating and pumping water.

In 2015, every Albury home used on average 211,000 litres of water. This averages out to 577 litres per day. There are a number of ways you can help save water simply by making some small changes in the way we think about and use water around the house.

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    Inside the home

    There are plenty of ways to save water inside your home that won't impact your lifestyle.

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    Outside the home

    There are many ways that you can reduce your water consumption outdoors and also ensure that you have water for your garden in the event of water restrictions.

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