People in Bath are now able to take steps to save water at home thanks to a new digital tool from Wessex Water called GetWaterFit.
GetWaterFit helps Wessex Water customers save water, energy and money, while also supporting local charities.
By answering a few simple questions about their water usage habits and appliances, residents will receive tailored information about how to save water at home.
They will also be entitled to a free water-saving pack and virtual consultation to help maximise their savings.
Aimee Shaw, head of customer insight and participation at Wessex Water, said: “GetWaterFit is easy-to-use and can be accessed on phones and other devices.
“With more of us now working from home and using more water and energy, it’s the perfect time to look for ways to save money on utility bills.”
GetWaterFit encourages users to take part in water-saving challenges and pledges in and around their home.
“You don’t have to try them all at once, you can try different ones each week to find what works for you,” Aimee added.
“Every time you complete a challenge, you will earn digital coins that you can exchange to raise money for a number of local charities.
“By joining those currently using GetWaterFit in Bath, you will not only save money, but everyone’s actions will add up to help the local environment and charities in your community.”
To find out more and sign up for GetWaterFit, visit: www.wessexwater.co.uk/getwaterfit.