Helping Governments Save Water

Research conducted by the City of Napier in New Zealand established that the average person uses between 2 to 5 litres, to wash their hands using a tap. A UK BBC survey found that the average person visits the toilet 2,500 times a year, or about six to eight times a day.

Using Singapore as case study, its population is estimated to be 5,350,000 people.

If Singaporeans used Mediklean to clean their hands, rather than using a tap, they would only use 10% of their current water usage for hand hygiene. It is estimated that Singaporeans uses over 15.6 billion litres a year washing their hands.

If they only used mediklean, it would be a saving of 90% in water usage; or a saving of at least 14,000,000,000 litres of water per year.