Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Email Curious to learn how much water you use in a day or a month before your bill so you can manage your water usage more and save more money. This article will help you understand the cost of 1000 liters or cubic meters of water that you consume, so you should read this article until the very end. How much does 1000 liters of water cost? You need to know that 1 liter of water can charge less than 1p. And 1 cubic meter is said to cost about £3.08; this also includes water as well as wastewater. Other than that, 1,000 liters of water per cubic meter is equal to 28 showers as well as 13 baths. To add on, since April 1st, the cost of water for 1000 liters or 1 cubic meter is said to be £1.9219. Whereas sewerage, as well as drainage for surface water, is said to be £3.1317. Though it is worth mentioning that the amount of money you will be charged for 1000 liters varies from company to company. Some might charge you more, whereas some can be a lot cheaper; you should certainly compare water suppliers to get the ideal deal and save water as well as money. Plus, let’s not forget that the costs will mainly depend on the amount of water you use, how many people are living in the household as well as what appliances you have at your home that require the usage of water, and so on. Tips to save water 1. Did you know that hoses, as well as sprinklers, can easily use 1000 liters of water every hour? This can cost you around £3.17! The best way to avoid this from happening is by using a watering can; this will save water but also save you a lot of money. 2. Toilet uses around 5 liters of water whenever you flush after using it. This can cost about 1.8p. It is also worth mentioning that toilet seats that were made before the year 2001 can consume about 10 liters of water which can cost around 3.2p. You should install a Flushsaver, so every time you or your family use it, you can easily save around £8.32 in just a year. 3. Bathing sure is relaxing, but it can waste around 80 liters of water which can cost you about 25p. It is recommended that people should swap their baths with a shower (every once a week or so), and you will easily be able to save around £6.59 in just a year. 4. Laundry takes up a lot of water; it can waste about 50 liters of water which can cost 16p or so. One of the best ways you can save money and water is by waiting to have a full load so you can wash less every week, and it will save you around £8.23. 5. One of the biggest mistakes people make while brushing their teeth is leaving the tap on. They don’t realize that it can waste about 6 liters of water just like that when every person in your home turns off the tap while brushing can easily save up to £1.98 in just a year from the bill. Conclusion Concluding this article, I hope the information above helped you understand how much 1000 liters can cost. I also included the major water-consuming items and the things that you might do without realizing that you can easily waste a lot of water so you can have a better understanding and make sure to avoid them from happening from now on.