To help grass-roots sports clubs in England save money to invest more in what they do, water retailer Water Plus has launched a competition to win water-saving devices.
It’s specifically for under 16’s sports clubs, is free to enter and the closing date for entries is 12 November, 2021.
It’s easy to enter, clubs just need to email email@example.com and explain, in less than 150 words, how they’d benefit from water-saving devices.
With outdoor sport getting started again and restrictions expected to reduce further later this year, it’s worth taking a few minutes to enter, so you’re in with a chance of winning. And you can do this on social media too - using the hashtags #SportsClubSaveWater and #SportsClubWaterComp and tagging us on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.
And what results could your club see? Check out the savings this sports club has made this year already from installing some water efficiency devices
Find the full terms and conditions for the competition here. Only one entry for a sports club/sports group will be considered during judging, so please submit just one entry for your sports group/club.
Here’s more information on things that you could consider – and the savings possible - to help reach your environmental goals and targets.
For larger organisations and those with multiple sites or more complex water and wastewater needs, here’s what can help your operation, green goals and keeping running costs down.
It’s worth remembering sports groups and community places, as well as other business sites, can speak to their water retailer during 2021 about the support they can offer including payment options, if organisations are struggling to pay water bills due to the impact of Covid-19.
Further tips and information for all organisations, including current industry charges and payment options to support businesses, if they’re impacted by Covid-19 restrictions, along with what to keep in mind if your business is open, closed or reopening, check out our pages.
Further funding options for environmental projects by community and not for profit groups can be found here and below: