Action C.1: Household Water Consumption Audits
Concrete action
OBJECTIVE

The action is intended to increase awareness to households about the lower water consumption rates which can be achieved through increased conservation and efficiency in water use.

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DESCRIPTION
  • The action intends to carry out a nationwide campaign wherein households will be visited by water and energy consumption auditors, trained under the action itself. In this regard, it is intended to carry out two visits to each household. The

  • first visit will introduce the project, provide the occupier with useful generic tips on water consumption optimisation and entice the occupier in participating in a more detailed audit which would be undertaken during the second visit.

EXPECTED RESULTS
  • The main expected result from this action is an increased awareness in households on the need to optimise their water conservation. This will be achieved through the undertaking of 100,000 introductory visits, which will include the distribution of a water saving gift pack with a

  • kitchen faucet aerator. Additionally, 50,000 visits in which a full water audit will be undertaken in households and a full water saving kit distributed in conjunction with the complementary action of the National Water Conservation Campaign financed under the Cohesion Fund.

Take a look at the Deliverables for this action.

Development of information and gift pack associated with the household visits.

End of phase assessment report on the reach of the first and second household visits, outlining the reactions of household occupiers during Phase 2

End of phase assessment report on the reach of the first and second household visits, outlining the reactions of household occupiers during Phase 3

End of phase assessment report on the reach of the first and second household visits, outlining the reactions of household occupiers during Phase 4