Within 25 years England will not have enough water to meet demand, the head of the Environment Agency has warned.
Sir James Bevan wants wasting water to become “as socially unacceptable as blowing smoke in the face of a baby”.
The career diplomat has warned that unless we act now, in around 20-25 years we will reach the “jaws of death”, the point at which we will not have enough water to supply our needs.
With the Energy Saving Trust warning that 12 out of 23 water companies in England operate in areas rated as being under “serious water stress”, water calculations are a vital part of building a better future.
Dwellings need to demonstrate that they use no more than 125 litres/person/day.
We have completed many different Part G calculations, including calculations incorporating rainwater and greywater systems.
What do these calculations do?