Even though I don't understand these calculations, I do think they are about right. Well for half a year on a water meter for one person at £41.48 sounds about right to me. As you can see, the bill from the previous six months was almost the same.
The vegetable garden will have to be watered and I have no collected water left because it's been so dry here. The hose pipe will be used, but sparingly.
This is the water left over from my last bath, it has flushed away the widdle in the toilet for a week, with a proper flush for solids, don't want to block it up and create more expense.
As you can see it has left a horrible scum line, and all the residue from my dead skin has sunk to the bottom, not a pretty sight. I shall be scrubbing it out shortly as it is getting difficult to scoop any more out without damaging the bottom of the bath with the saucepan. As this is a newish bath I would like it to stay that way.
The trouble with using bath water in this way is the toilet bowl starts to look manky and stained. There's nothing I hate more than lifting the lid to see a mucky pan. So a lot more scrubbing is needed, and the occassional soak with bleach. But hey ho, to save money I have to put up with the extra cleaning.