The debrief: How a simple change helped a luxury carmaker slash its water use

Having switched to renewable electricity and gas, Bentley Motors has turned its attention to reducing water use at its Crewe factory. A first-of-its-kind project is projected to save hundreds of thousands of litres a year

PROJECT: Reverse osmosis wastewater reuse
ORGANISATION INVOLVED: Bentley Motors

Boasting a roof almost entirely covered in solar panels, Bentley Motors’ headquarters in Crewe has already established a reputation as one of the UK’s greenest car manufacturing hubs. 

Now the carmaker has gone a step further by taking a closer look at its water use, an increasingly important factor as climate change alters the UK’s rainfall patterns and the impacts of wastewater come under closer public scrutiny. 

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