An expert panel, chaired by Tom Reynolds, CEO at the Bathroom Manufacturers Association, explore how we can reduce water consumption.
According to the Energy Saving Trust, UK bathrooms account for the majority of a home’s water demand, as well as a significant proportion of total energy use. However, with reports indicating that Britain’s requirements look set to outstrip supply in the next 25 years, are we really doing enough to make a difference?
During a round table event sponsored by Triton Showers and chaired by Tom Reynolds, CEO at the Bathroom Manufacturers Association (BMA), a guest panel will explore the opportunity for the industry to make changes that can help reduce consumption rates and enable specifiers to make better product choices.
As well as discussing the vital role showers have to play in reducing water and energy use, Triton will also explain the thinking behind the development of a brand-new online calculator designed to highlight where savings can be made when homes are equipped with more efficient technology.