Water. Without it we humans wouldn’t exist. And for the hospitality and tourism industry, water is essential. Customers drink it, bathe and swim in it; bartenders freeze it for ice; chefs use it for cooking while housemaids clean with it. Food producers use it to grow food for restaurants while manufacturers rely on it to create life’s luxuries and necessities.
Water is a precious resource which needs to be used efficiently.
With this in mind, the British Hospitality Association is delighted to welcome new partner Waterscan, the UK’s leading provider of water management services. By partnering with the BHA, Waterscan will be able to support BHA members, including hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments, clubs and visitor attractions, by offering practical and technical solutions to radically improve water efficiency and cost reduction.
Using less water, lowering water bills and being more socially responsible are some of the key benefits commercial water users experience by adopting Waterscan’s professional approach to water management; its range of services include:
- Water cost and consumption reduction
- Invoice validation
- Strategic planning
- Rainwater harvesting
- Greywater recycling
- Water leak detection & repair
- Water footprinting and more
Claire Yeates, Director at Waterscan said: “We're delighted to be a partner of the British Hospitality Association. Water is integral to the functioning of the hospitality industry so for us, partnering with the BHA is a wonderful opportunity to engage with hospitality and tourism businesses across the UK as well as being at the forefront of all that's happening in the industry.”
Ufi Ibrahim, Chief Executive of the BHA: “At the core of the BHA’s mission is Responsible Hospitality, ensuring that our Members and Partners can achieve the best available standards in energy efficiency. It is responsible hospitality, combined with competitive pricing that is at the core of any successful hospitality business. The BHA prides itself on offering great partnership deals to our community of members and is delighted to have Waterscan on board as a member.”