In the budget document of the Ministry of the Environment, the Water Bonus o ?Water Saving Fund?The fund provides for the allocation of a EUR 10 million fundto be granted in the amount of 1000 euros per person to residents in Italy and to be used by 31 December 2021.
These are the indications from the Inland Revenue website:
To encourage water saving, a bonus of €1,000 is granted to persone individuals, resident in Italy, who replace existing buildings, parts of existing buildings or individual building units:
- ceramic sanitary ware with new low-flush fixtures
- taps, shower heads and shower columns with new limited water flow devices.
In particular, the facilityone is recognised for expenses incurred for:
- supply and installation of ceramic sanitary ware with a maximum drainage volume equal to or less than 6 litres and relative drainage systems, including related plumbing and masonry work and the dismantling and removal of pre-existing systems;
- the supply and installation of taps and mixers for bathrooms and kitchens, including water flow control devices with a flow rate of 6 litres per minute or less, and of shower heads and shower columns with a flow rate of 9 litres per minute or less, including any related plumbing and masonry work and the dismantling and removalone of existing systems.
The bonus will be granted until the fund is exhausted in the set amount of 1,000 euro per person. To apply for it, it will be necessary to wait for a time and manner that will be established by the Ministry of the Environment with a special decree, probably by February.
The incentive was created to encourage sustainable behaviour aimed at the responsible use of a very precious resource whose accessibility and limited availability we often forget.
Saving water is one of those small daily actions that each of us can take to help protect our planet's resources and build a more harmonious relationship between man and the environment.
Of all European countries, Italy is the country with the highest rate of water withdrawal for potable use, an enormous gap that is partly explained by problems with the distribution network and partly by attitudes that are still not very virtuous and aware of the managementone of this resource.
What can we do at home to avoid unnecessary water wastage?
We leave you with 7 practical tips that will allow you to immediately reduce consumption and contribute to water saving:
- Choose a dual flush cistern (6 and 12 litres);
- Take showers instead of baths, 20 liters versus 150 liters of water;
- Turn off the water jet in the shower or when brushing your teeth;
- Keep fruit and vegetables soaking to wash them and not under running water.
- Use washing machines and dishwashers only when fully loaded;
- Water the plants with collected rainwater;
- Repair toilet and faucet leaks and put breakers on faucets.
The green mixers of PladosTelma
PladosTelma was born with a green soul and a commitment to sustainability that accompanies the entire value chain of our products, from the sourcing of raw materials for the production of the product to its disposal.
For this ragione we have developed a line of environmentally friendly taps that reduce water wastage so that we consume this precious resource for man and the environment responsibly.
Politek is the recyclable faucet made of Teflon internally, without lead, nickel and copper, idoneo food contact because it is completely non-toxic. Thanks to the SEMPLIFIX patent, it can be conveniently and easily installed from above and saves on water consumption thanks to jet breakers.
The water-saving system also characterizes two other PladosTelma mixers, Newmix30 and Newmix80which ensure a water flow rate of less than 6 litres per minuterequirement in the Ministry's guidelines for obtaining the Water Bonus.
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