There are big differences in the amount you are likely to pay to your water utilities depending on where you live in the UK. That’s according to our newest infographic, we’ve brought together the average yearly (metered) cost for water for different regions and colour coded them into a useful map.
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With good planning and the right components a rainwater harvesting system can be nearly maintenance free and the rainwater quality is ideal for many uses, in both the home and the workplace. A professional system will have 4 stages of cleaning rainwater. The infographic below walks through the process of rainwater filtration in a bit more detail focusing on:
1. Rainwater downpipe filtration
2. Calmed inlet
3. Floating Intake
4. Siphon overflow
Infographic by Rainwater Downpipe Filtration for Rainwater Harvesting
If you are fed up of the cold and wet weather then why not take a look at our latest infographic that reveals the warmest and driest places in the UK. By using figures available from the Met Office, we ranked cities by warmth using a single combined metric based on maximum average temperature, dry days and total rainfall. Those living in London should slap on the sun factor as the English capital beat all other UK cities to claim the hot top spot. This is thanks to a maximum temperature of 15.3 degrees celsius, 256 dry days and only 557 mm of rainfall annually. Other cities that made the top 5 include: Cambridge, Chelmsford, Worcester and Canterbury. On the other hand, those living in Glasgow should wrap up warm and always think about carrying an umbrella. The Scottish city has won the title of coldest and wettest city in the UK. Glasgow has a maximum average temperature of just 12.2 degrees Celsius, experiences 195 dry days and receives 1,124 mm of rainfall annually, more than double the amount of rainfall received in London. Those looking for warmth should also avoid St Davids, Newry, Leeds and Bradford. These cities join Glasgow and make the top 5 coldest cities in the UK. Take a look at your city below and see how it compares? Are your surprised by the results? Only cities with a complete available data set have been included.
Infographic by Revealed: Warmest Cities in the UK
Our latest infographic has revealed the wettest cities in the UK. Using data available from the Met Office we were able to rank cities based on total annual rainfall and those living in Cardiff may be surprised to learn that the welsh capital has taken the top spot. This is thanks to experiencing 1152 mm of rainfall annually. Other cities that made the top 5 include: St Davids, Glasgow, Bangor and Truro. The infographic also shows which cities you are less likely to need an umbrella in. London has been named the driest city and is closely followed by Cambridge, Derry and Ely. To make the infographic that bit more interesting, we’ve also created a table that looks at the total number of rainy days experienced by each city annually. So take a look at your city below and see how it compares? Are your surprised by the results?
Infographic by The Wettest Cities in the UK
Focus on water usage in daily life. We waste 200 gallons daily in our routine. Imagine how much it can save earth, if we save water efficiently? If we save water, we can save many things like greenhouse, make electricity and other important things for our environment. If our environment is clean, then we can live healthily. Do not openly dispose your garbage anywhere. Also try to recycle your papers and plastic bottles. This will reduce pollution and won’t affect ozone layer. Say no to pollution and make a healthy environment.
Are you thinking of buying a green car but don’t know where to start Or possibly you cannot afford a brand-new vehicle and want to improve the one you have? If so, this infographic from carguidehub may interest you. In addition to highlighting the fact that car emissions are amongst the most significant causes of environmental pollution, the infographic describes the benefits of purchasing environmentally friendly vehicles that produce less pollution than traditional vehicles. But for those people who can’t buy a spiffy brand-new Tesla, the infographic also demonstrates how we can at least make traditional cars a little more cost-effective