Save money on your water bill by using the WaterAid Savings Engine™
Save money by saving water.
What is the WaterAid Savings Engine™?
The WaterAid Savings Engine?™ is an interactive tool that takes up to ten minutes to complete.
By helping you see how much water and energy you are using we can provide information on how to save on your bills.
- Simple, bite-sized tips for all your appliances to help you make small steps towards big savings
- Free water saving devices to improve the performance of your appliances and reduce your water consumption without restricting use (only available to customers with participating water companies)
- The option of a free home visit by a plumber to homeowners with leaks or where we think they could benefit (only available to customers with participating water companies).
More than 312,000 homeowners have completed the Savings Engine™.
Let's face it - if you can save even a tenner for no more than ten minutes of your time, that can't be bad.
How is this helping WaterAid?
The WaterAid Savings Engine™ could help you save money. Why not donate a proportion of those saving to WaterAid, so that we can help those most in need of access to clean water?
Your support goes a long way. When a community gets clean water for the first time, it creates a powerful ripple, saving lives and improving people's health, education and livelihoods.
We all need to save water and could all be more mindful of how much clean water we use.
Why is this important?
Clean water is one of the world’s most precious resources. For at least part of the year demand exceeds supply.
One in nine people do not have access to clean water close to home, and just under two thirds of the world’s population live in areas of water scarcity.
Just by turning off the tap while brushing your teeth, you could save up to six litres of water per minute. For some people around the world, this is the same amount of water they have for their entire day.
That’s water for drinking, washing and cooking.
We are using six times the water we did 100 years ago, when 844 million people still don’t have clean water close to their homes. Water is a human right and must take priority.