By making little alterations to your shower you’ll reduce energy consumption and wasted water, which helps you and the environment.
Edinburgh (PRWEB UK) 19 April 2013
On 22 March, people all over the world came together to learn about the importance of freshwater and its sustainability in honour of World Water Day – ranging from schools to businesses including bathroom equipment provider, The Shower Doctor.
Recommended in 1992 at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), the first World Water Day was officially recognised on 22 March 1993. Since its inception, each year has seen the event raise awareness about a particular subject – and with this year dedicated to the International Year of Water Cooperation, the Shower Doctor hopes that more people will practise improved water-efficient ways of living.
Kevin Thomson from The Shower Doctor said: “The fact that it’s celebrated two decades shows what a worthwhile cause World Water Day is. With official celebrations hosted by the Government of The Netherlands in The Hague to a talk at the UN headquarters in New York, its international presence will hopefully get people across the globe talking and acting upon a sustainable future for water.”
With a specific focus on reducing energy consumption, The Shower Doctor stocks a huge range of shower hoses and accessories for homes and businesses throughout the UK. Providing the services of leading manufacturers such as Bristan, Mira, Triton and many more, The Shower Doctor works with the best names in the industry to ensure quality showers - as well as quality service.
“Considering this has been actively supported for 20 years shows the sheer prominence of water, which funnily enough was the year we first started – 1993” laughed Thomson.
“As a significant part of our everyday lives, personally and professionally billions rely on this source. But it’s unbelievable just how much water is wasted, whether it’s from letting taps run accidentally or flushing the toilet unnecessarily. Baths for instance are considered quite wasteful, but with a shower you use a lot less water – not to mention saving energy and keeping water bills low. By making little alterations to your shower you’ll reduce energy consumption and wasted water, which helps you and the environment.”