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    This September the WATEF network were at the Future Resource Expo in Birmingham, representing our partner project REDAWN, alongside one of the project's researchers; Djordje Mitrovic from Trinity College Dublin.

    Our network lead, Kemi Adeyeye gave a presentation on "how can we reclaim lost energy in water networks", highlighting some of the early findings from the REDAWN project.


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Waterwise Citizen Science: Your Water Diary

How much water do we really use a day? Waterwise needs your help to find out!

We all know that the average UK person uses between 140-150 litres of water per day. In the water industry this is known as PCC (per capita consumption) and is calculated by metering a number of homes and dividing by the number of people that live there (the full guidance on calculating PCC can be found here on the Ofwat website).

Waterwise is carrying out some citizen science research to delve deeper into where we use water. They would love you to be a part of this research. 

Your participation will help us discover how much personal water use takes place outside of the home and how many litres a day could be added to the usual standard measure of PCC (which only measures water use at home) to describe total water use per person per day.

Find out more and download the survey here


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Energy Saving Trust "At Home with Water"
Understand how water is used in the home. The results of their online tool, The Water Energy Calculator, helps households understand their water use and identify potential savings.
Measure your water usage with the EST online Water Energy Calculator on our website [click here]

Consumer Council for Water - Helping Customers See the Bigger Picture click here