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How can I use less water washing my car?

Posted: 11 December 2023

We know everyone washes their car differently. We recommend using a bucket of soapy water or visit one of the car washes around Tauranga that use recycled water.

Free rainwater harvesting workshops on offer to Tauranga residents

Posted: 04 May 2023

Tauranga City Council is offering free workshops on the benefits of harvesting rainwater and how to choose a suitable rainwater tank for your needs. 

Saving water at one of Tauranga’s largest commercial operations

Posted: 26 April 2023

As the second largest commercial user of water in Tauranga, the Port of Tauranga is as keen as anyone in the city to make sure it is being mindful of its water use.

Saving water at the car/bus wash

Posted: 26 April 2023

A number of Tauranga businesses are finding innovative ways to save water when it comes to washing cars, trucks, and buses.

Shorter shower kit

Posted: 27 March 2023

We can help your business save water and cut spending on water and power bills with our shorter shower kit.

Restrictions amended to allow more watering of vege gardens

Posted: 14 November 2022

Water Watchers, the year-round plan for managing water in Tauranga, has been approved by Tauranga City Council to remain through to 2026.

Watching water use at home, at work, and in the community

Posted: 17 October 2022

After regular rain and a wet winter, water conservation may not be front of mind for many people.

Using less in the laundry

Posted: 15 October 2022

Up to a quarter of a household’s water is used in the laundry and hundreds of litres can be washed down the drain every day.

Bathroom water conservation tips

Posted: 14 October 2022

We’ve all heard variations of phrases like money down the drain, or job down the toilet, and it’s really no surprise that bathroom water use has become a metaphor for waste.

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