11th March 2021
23rd March 2021
|11am - Midday|
|Free but booking required|
|Visit the event website here|
As we are all staying at home more during lockdown to protect ourselves from coronavirus, our water, and energy use will be affected meaning our energy bills could increase. This online workshop will help you reduce your energy bills and the amount of water we waste in Scotland.
Friendly advisors will talk you through:
• The benefits of saving water
• The environmental impact of wasting water
• The savings you could benefit from by making simple changes to the way you use hot water at home
• Practical advice on how to save water and money, including using water wisely when taking a shower, washing your clothes, or making a cup of tea
The session lasts approximately 1 hour and is interactive, with the chance to ask questions.
Learning as a group online is a great way to help you feel connected and the interactive sessions not only benefit your pocket but your health and wellbeing too.
Additional Dates: 23 March 2021
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