Category Archives: Water Conservation
There is never enough water to waste, so today we have some tips for reducing your water usage. Inside the house or workplace: · Only run the dishwasher and washing machine with full loads. · Fix leaks right away. While a leak of one drip per minute wastes about 34 gallons a year, a leak of one drip per second is almost 3000 gallons a year. · Shorten your shower time. Each minute in the shower uses about 75 gallons per month. · Turn off the faucet while brushing your teeth. · Install low flow faucets and shower heads. Did you know that the California …
In the hottest days of summer, it can be easy to forget how important water conservation really is. Your lawn looks parched, your gardens seem a bit droopy, and your kids may be begging to play in the sprinkler. You can still get all your water-loving jobs done and conserve water every day, inside and outside your home. Lawn and garden care should be done in the early morning, before the hot sun comes out to evaporate the water. Watering early gives the soil time to soak in the water and lessens the chances of evaporation. Soaker hoses are a great way to saturate your garden or smaller areas quickly and efficiently. Keep …
Greywater is waste water from washing machines and other appliances, that can be captured and used for irrigation purposes. Install a greywater system and redirect waste water from your laundry to you landscape! Learn how at our FREE Greywater Drop-In Clinic, being held in: Ukiah, Thursday July 16th at 10AM – 1PM Santa Rosa, Friday July 17th at 10AM – 1PM Petaluma, Saturday July 18th at 9AM – 12PM Sonoma, Saturday July 18th at 1PM – 4PM Don’t forget, When in Drought – Check us Out! Proud to be your local source for water-saving products!
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