Designer and manufacturer of showers and taps, Methven, has announced that it is working with the Rainy Day Trust to provide beneficiaries with water-saving showerheads to help reduce water and energy bills.
The Rainy Day Trust, which is the only charity to solely support people who have worked in the UK’s home improvement and enhancement industry, has teamed up with Methven to install its water-saving showersheads throughout houses across the UK to help save them water but without any compromise on the showering experience.
Those who find themselves in financial hardship can reach out to the Rainy Day Trust for assistance and have one of Methven’s innovative showering solutions delivered free of charge. This includes Methven’s Kiri low-flow shower heads, which save at least 3 litres of water per minute, due to its Satinjet water-saving technology.
Bryan Clover, CEO of the Rainy Day Trust, commented: “We’re really looking forward to working with Methven to help us offer our beneficiaries a more sustainable shower product to help them save water and money, without negatively impacting their overall showering experience. With utility bills climbing at the moment this is more important than ever and we knew Methven would be the perfect partner for our new campaign.”
James Gibbard, head of sales at Methven, added: “We take great pride in being able to support the Rainy Day Trust in providing its beneficiaries with more sustainable showering solutions that can proactively support a reduction in water and energy bills.
“The partnership is a fantastic opportunity for us to recognise those who have dedicated their time and effort to the home improvement sector, and we look forward to building a strong relationship with the Rainy Day Trust.”