Category Archives: Water Conservation
Conserve water and conserve a few dollars by making some minor changes in your home. You need to use water daily, but these tips and a couple of new pieces of hardware will have you sending less down the drain. It’s time to focus on the source – your faucets! The kitchen and bathroom faucets can account for almost 16% of your household water use. By adding faucet aerators, you can save a significant amount of water used in those areas. Screw-on aerators only cost a few dollars apiece, so that minimal initial investment can be recouped in a month of water savings. Older faucets …
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While quick showers are still the best way to conserve water in your bathroom, you don’t have to give up your occasional long soaks in the tub. Low-flow shower heads can help save water in the shower, but decreasing flow will not help in the tub since baths use a fixed amount of water. But don’t fret – there are still several simple ways you can save some H2O and a little on your water bill in the process! • Only fill the tub as much as you need. Babies, children, and pets don’t need a full tub and can use much less water than …
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