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At Home

Overview

Do you know how much water you use for different activities at home? Below is a pie chart showing the percentage breakdown of water use for each activity in a typical household.


Water Saving Habits

Adopt five simple tips and you can save as much as 140 litres of water per person per day.

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Water Saving Habits

Water Saving Kit

If you don’t have a water efficient tap at home, you can ask for a free water saving kit from PUB to help you reduce as much as 5% of your monthly water consumption.

PUB’s revamped water saving kit features its popular mascot Water Wally on its packaging.

A set of thimbles with three and four holes allows residents to have greater flexibility in regulating their tap’s and showerhead’s flow rates. Ask for your free set of water saving kit here


Water Efficiency Labelling Scheme

Started in 2009, the Mandatory WELS is a grading system of 0/1/2/3 ticks to reflect the water efficiency level of a product. Currently, taps and mixers, dual-flush low capacity flushing cisterns (LCFCs), washing machines, urinal flush valves and waterless urinals are labelled under this Scheme. The more ticks a product has, the more water-efficient it is. With this scheme, consumers can make informed choices when making purchases.

Change to water efficient appliances now.


Water Efficiency Labelling Scheme

Education

For You and Your Domestic Helper
You can also share water saving habits with your domestic helper. Together, you can reduce your total water consumption and cut down on your water bill.

Find out how your domestic helper can help save water at home. Handbook is available in both English and Bahasa Indonesia.


Handbook for Domestic Helpers


For guide on energy efficiency, please click here.