EAT UOW are always looking for ways to reduce their environmental impact which includes monitoring and reducing their water usage. As London is a large city with high risks of water insecurity due to the increasing demands it is important that businesses such as EAT UOW, at an educational institution, is always working towards reducing their water usage.

EAT UOW, which is part of Aramark, has internal policies to reduce their water usage by 5% each year. There is currently only a kitchen water usage monitor at the New Cavendish St campus, making it difficult to determine an accurate measurement for how much water EAT UOW is using across all University of Westminster sites. All sites are always working hard to be more sustainable nonetheless and we are looking to improving our monitoring capacity at all sites.

Get in touch with the sustainability team for more information on EAT UOW’s sustainability: sustainability@westminster.ac.uk

How Can You Help?

We install water saving devices across the university such as sensors and aerators on our taps. We also collect rain water to be used on some sites!

However you can help the university by not wasting water and reporting any leaks you see! You can report these at reception or by contacting estatesadmin@westminster.ac.uk

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