There is increasing pressure on fresh water around the world, and we are committed to both reducing our overall water consumption and looking for ways to reuse water multiple times.
Our target is to reduce our water consumption by 10% by 2030.
We are aiming to reduce our water use by 10% by 2030.
As a business with swimming at the core of our offering, we are very conscious of our water consumption and we work hard to make savings wherever we can, focusing on the principles of reusing and recycling water.
Figure 1 shows total water consumption for our UK and Ireland operations.
Figure 2 shows total water consumption for our UK operations and monitors progress against our 2030 target.
The chart shows the amount of water used in our UK and Ireland operations in m3. There is a large dip at FY21 (likely attributed to the impact of closures due to the pandemic) before returning to below the baseline figure in FY22.
The chart shows the amount of water used in our UK operations in m3. There is a trend line from FY20 to FY30 showing that a reduction of 148,532 m3 is required to meet our FY30 target. There is a noticeable reduction at FY21 (attributed to the impact of closures due to the pandemic) before slightly increasing to below the average reduction required (and indeed the FY30 target) in FY22.