The United Nations predict that by 2030 the world will face a 40% global water deficit.

Challenges

Water scarcity will be exacerbated as rapidly growing urban areas place heavy pressure on neighbouring water resources. Climate change and bio-energy demands are also expected to amplify the already complex relationship between world development and water demand. (Source United Nations) As water becomes more scarce in Europe and the UK, water prices will increase and the water shortage will have a significant negative impact on public health, commerce, industry and the food chain.

Opportunities

There is not a global water shortage as such, however individual countries and regions need to urgently tackle the critical problems presented by water stress. Water has to be treated as a scarce resource, with a strong focus to managing demand. Integrated water resource management provides a broad framework for governments to align water use patterns with the needs and demands of different users, including the environment. (Source United Nations)

Challenges

Water levels are becoming seriously depleted. Due to demand increase, reduced rain fall, poor management, and climate change

Water levels are becoming seriously depleted. Due to demand increase, reduced rain fall, poor management, and climate change

 

What can we do?

Smart water management

Smart water management

Energyst Solution.

The health of a nation and its economy is intrinsically linked to having a fresh clean water supply. Energyst consulting partners with clients to help conserve and maintain water quality, reduce costs, improve profits.

Water is a primary cost with many ancillary costs attached to it. Energyst will unlock and release a cascade of benefits that result from halving your water consumption.

  • Reduced heating costs.

  • Lower water bills.

  • Ecology, a reduction in water consumption means there is more clean water to share.

Up to 40% of water is wasted in every home and business in the UK.

Up to 40% of water is wasted in every home and business in the UK.

Demonstration of water savings

A leaking tap can waste up to 3,000 gallons per year.

  • There are small everyday things you’re doing that are wasting water.

  • From postponing fixing a leaky tap to planting the wrong kinds of shrubs for your climate, it’s all too easy to waste water.

  • These water-wasting habits can be incredibly costly.

Keeping an eye on your water usage is a good way to save money and help the planet at the same time. Plenty of us have bad habits that could be costing thousands of pounds in water bills over the long run.

Take an action today ask Energyst to demonstrate how your business can convert a 40% water savings into additional profit, all while helping your local community, and benefiting the environment.