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    Free kits from Anglian Water
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    • 16th Mar 12, 3:47 PM
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    Free kits from Anglian Water 16th Mar 12 at 3:47 PM Official Insert:

    Anglian Water customers can fill in their details on Anglian Water's site to get a free Garden Water Saving Kit. The kit includes a packet of water storing crystals and water storing mats.

    See the Water Bills and Home and Energy Grants guides for more water saving freebies.

    Thanks to forumite sparrer for originally posting the info.

    Back to their original post....


    Just scoured the Anglian Water website and come up with the following re the forthcoming hosepipe ban -

    What am I still allowed to do?
    • Use a hosepipe in a garden or for cleaning walls or windows of domestic premises, paths or patios, a private leisure boat or an artificial outdoor surface, where such use is necessary for health and safety reasons;
    • Use a hosepipe in the course of a business to clean a private motor vehicle, or for cleaning walls or windows of domestic premises, paths or patios or an artificial outdoor surface, where this is done as a service to customers
    • Use a hosepipe to water a garden attached to a domestic dwelling or to water plants on domestic premises by people with severe mobility problems or who hold a current Blue Badge issued by their local authority. (Don't think many know this, it'll be very useful for a lot of us who can't carry cans and buckets)
    • Use a hosepipe to water an area of grass or an artificial outdoor surface used for playing sport or recreation (but not for any ancillary use), where this is required in connection with a national or international sports event only.
    • Use of drip or trickle irrigation watering systems fitted with a pressure reducing valve and a timer, that are not handheld and which place water by drip directly onto the soil surface or beneath the soil surface, without any surface run off or dispersion of water through the air using a jet or mist.
    They're also offering free kits for the garden -

    and for the house, fitted free of charge by their own plumbers -

    Hope the links work, I don't have a lot of faith in my techie efforts!

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    Last edited by MSE Jenny; 20-03-2012 at 8:10 PM.
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