06
Feb

HYDRAO Aloé smart showerhead choosen by Singapore as a key tool to reduce household water consumption

The Singapore’s National Water Agency (PUB) and the Housing Board (HDB) has launched the Smart Shower Program which lead to the installation of 10, 000 HYDRAO pedagogic and connected showerhead in 10,000 new Build-to-Order (BTO) flats in 2019.

The HYDRAO pedagogic and connected showerhead will give residents real-time feedback – through a LED colour code – on how much water they use in the shower. Residents will also be able to set water conservation goals and monitor their usage history via an app.

To download the Smart Shower Programme brochure, please click here [PDF].

The Smart Shower Program has received a strong media attention:

Singapore’s National Water Agency (PUB) : Smart shower programme

National University of Singapore (NUS): Why water conservation efforts often come up dry

The Straits Times: First to get PUB’s smart shower device

Channel Asia News: 300 families at Bukit Batok first to receive smart shower devices

Today Singapore: 10,000 homes to have smart shower devices by end-2019

The Business Times: Sharp drop in water use in Singapore; water price hike among factors