Go Eco-Friendly for Great Outdoors Month

Eco-friendliness doesn’t just have to be about taking things to the extreme. Instead, being kind to the environment should involve nothing more complicated than taking the time to appreciate and embrace the world around you, doing what you can to help the planet.

Sometimes it is actually the smallest things that can have the biggest impact. Whether it is switching over to rainwater harvesting or water storage tanks instead of using a hosepipe or trying to reduce the amount of waste you produce, these are all ways that can make a difference.

Make the Most of Great Outdoors Month

Each year, the arrival of June heralds the beginning of Great Outdoors Month, an occasion designed to help us appreciate the natural beauty of the world that we inhabit. This is the perfect month for those who love to get out and about in the sunshine, travelling and exploring the country. However, it is also an ideal opportunity to spend some time in your own little slice of the great outdoors – your garden. Even if you only have a tiny garden, the space is still your own, free for you to do with as you wish. Whether you are a green-fingered gardening whizz or prefer a more urban-style garden, June is a great time to head outdoors and spend some time updating the look of your garden.

However, it is also important not to forget about the importance of looking after our environment. There are many ways in which you can work towards becoming more eco-friendly, both in your daily life and within the home, and it is these common goals that should be embraced in the spirit of Great Outdoors Month.

Water Storage Tanks

For instance, choosing to install and use water storage tanks is a great place to start. Potable water storage tanks are ideal for storing drinking water and can provide a useful alternative to other methods of water storage. Alternatively, eco-friendly rainwater harvesting tanks are a great way to collect and store water without the need for hosepipes and other high-usage water equipment. Similarly, rainwater harvesting tanks can help to reduce the cost of your water bill, a long-term benefit which is especially useful during the hot, dry summer months when your garden needs to be regularly watered.

For more information about our full range of water storage tanks and rainwater harvesting systems, please get in touch or give a member of our team a call today on 01889 567700.

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