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Free Water Saving Products for the UK

Save water by getting FREE products to help your home become more water efficient. Save Water Save Money, the UK’s no.1 water efficiency company offering more free products with more water companies across the UK than anyone else, all to save their customers money & water. We offer free products; tips on saving water; advice on water meters, competitions; the list goes on.

And it doesn’t stop there, why not visit our water saving shop for some great deals on everything from Water Butts to Electric Showers? Whether you are looking to save water in your bathroom garden or kitchen there will be something for you and we’re not just talking water saving gadgets here, you’ll find a full range of super-efficient kitchen appliances, full bathroom suites, innovative kids bathing toys and more.

Use our new postcode checker above to check details of your local water company and see what products are available for you for free to start making a difference today.

Alternatively, if you know the water company that supplies your water, please click on their logo from the list below to be taken to their Free Water Saving Pack Page.

Free Water Saving Products from your Water Company

Save Water Save Money works with UK Water Companies to offer free water saving products to help reduce utility bills. Simply select your water company from the list below to see what free products you can get:

If you cannot view the logos below, please click this link to visit our free pack pages.

If you cannot view the logos above, please click the links below, corresponding to your water company:

Some of the Free Water Saving Products available

The range of products offered varies depending on your water company but some of the most common include:

FREE Cistern Displacement Devices

These water saving devices are easy to fit and are placed in the toilet cistern and will save you approximately one litre of water every time you flush. Yet only 17% of suitable toilets in the UK are fitted with one*. They can be used in close coupled toilets and toilets with separate cisterns but we do not recommend their use if you already have a water efficient dual flush toilet.

FREE Eco Shower heads

An Eco showerhead is designed to save you money on your hot water bills while not compromising on the invigorating and relaxing feel of your showers. A replacement eco showerhead is ideal for reducing your water usage and therefore your utility bills. They screw into most existing shower hoses, fitting takes seconds and yet so according to the EST just 24% of suitable households reported using efficient eco-showerheads.

Save Water Save Money also offers a larger range of single and multi-setting eco showerheads for sale.

FREE Tap Inserts

Together with the world leader in flow and stream control technology, Save Water Save Money has developed a range of tap insert packs, designed to reduce the flow rate of sink taps around the home to 5 litres a minute, saving up to 12 litres per minute.

FREE Shower Regulator

The shower regulator or showersave attaches to most shower hoses and will help to reduce the amount of water used when you shower. This will result in cheaper energy bills, and if you have a meter installed in your home, help to make savings on your water bill too, all whilst allowing you to keep your existing showerhead.

FREE 4 minute shower timer

Every time you turn on the shower, turn the timer — it'll tell you when you have spent 4 minutes in the shower. And cutting just a minute off your shower time could save £15 in energy bills and a further £15 in water bills if water is metered, per person, per year. That’s £120 saved a year for an average four-person household.*

FREE LeakyLoo

You may not know it’s happening — but if your toilet is leaking, you could be wasting up to 400 litres of water every day*. A leak isn’t easy to spot with the naked eye, as the water just dribbles invisibly inside the cistern, down the cistern pan and into the water.

LeakyLoo is a hassle-free way to see if the overflow in your toilet has a leak. A strip of biodegradable water soluble paper is attached to the back of your toilet bowl and flushes away without blockage or damage to the environment.

LeakyLoo is suitable for toilets with an internal overflow pipe — which includes most push-button toilets. If your water company does not offer Leaky Loo you can buy this product here.

Contacting your Water Company

If you are unsure which Water Company supplies your home, use our quick and easy Water Supply postcode checker.

If you have questions about your bill, metering or wish to report a leak we can help you check which water company you need to contact and help you find the right department to for your problem, unfortunately we cannot help with these enquiries direct.

Although Save Water Save Money works with many water companies, we help them promote water efficiency and cannot help with questions about your bill, metering or reporting a leak. If your enquiry is about these topics, please click on your water company's logo below to be taken to the relevant information.

Getting a water meter fitted?

Find out more about having a water meter installed in your home and the correct water company to contact, using our water company postcode checker.

At the moment, only 42% of homes in England and Wales have a water meter fitted, but this number is increasing. According to Ofwat (the regulator of water and sewerage providers in England and Wales), the average water bill in a metered home is £341 (Ofwat’s 2012/13 estimate). For unmetered homes, the average water bill is £404. (Ofwat 2012/13 estimate)*

Before you make a decision to install a water meter it may be worthwhile to read about water meters and the impact on water efficiency and associated savings.

* All statistics quoted on this page are taken form the Energy Saving Trust report ‘At home with Water’ (July 2013)

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