10 Ways To Save Water So You Don’t Have To Deal With Expensive Utility Bills

We’re sure you’ve heard by now that water tariffs will be going up for the first time since 2000. That means more pain for our wallets ahead!

The increase will fund the higher costs of desalination and Newater production, as well as that of maintaining Singapore’s current water infrastructure.

Demand is expected to double by 2060, and every additional drop of water will have to come from more expensive water sources.

The hike will be carried out in two phases: in July 1 this year, and July 1 next year. The total increase, including taxes, will be about 30 per cent.

To avoid unnecessary fluctuations in the size of your utilities bill, we’ve got some tips on how you can save water at home to minimise the impact of the hike on your family:

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