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Use rain or bath water for flushing your toilet

The eco-flush | Water saving - Use rain or bath water for flushing your toilet.

You could save thousands of litres of water per year by using wastewater to flush the loo. Used bathwater or collected rainwater can be employed to water your garden in summer as a way of avoiding the hosepipe.

However, it’s important not to squander your wastewater in the winter, or if you haven’t got a garden. Therefore you could use any spare water to flush the toilet.

Try keeping a large water barrel outside to collect rainwater. If you place a bucket next to this barrel you can easily transport several litres of water to a downstairs toilet and pouring this down the system will work in the same way as flushing.

If you want to use your bathwater instead, why not keep a basin by the bath. Again, simply fill the basin and tip it down the loo to give the same result as flushing.

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Nestlé Waters Powwow is a member of the UK British Water Cooler Association (BWCA) and also the European Point-of-use Drinking Water Association (EPDWA). Membership of both organisations requires us to conform to the highest standards of local and European quality and hygiene standards.

Each of our bottling centres is subject to annual inspections to ensure they meet local and European standards for bottled water. We currently hold 2 Gold Awards as a result of the excellent results from the latest independent inspections.

Our in-house team of microbiologists perform rigorous testing on a daily basis to ensure POWWOW water always reaches you in perfect condition.

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