Let’s save some water (15 Tips to Save Water)
Turn off the water when you brush your teeth (Seriously why are people still leaving the water on?)
You can save up to 4 gallons a minute!
Water outside plants and planters boxes with watering cans instead of the hose or make sure your hose has a shut off nozzle.
Check for leaks inside and outside AND fix them.
Only run the dishwasher (I wish we had one) or washing machine if you have a full load.
Plug the sink while washing dishes, it can save up to 1 liter of water every 6 seconds!
Replace faucets, shower heads and toilets with low flow water efficient ones.
I’m an eco nerd and I must admit I get excited when I see a toilet has the half flush option…blushing.
Put mulch around the base of your outside plants to help reduce water evaporation.
Buy and plant drought tolerant plants.
Use a broom to clean up driveways and sidewalks not the hose.
Use less plastic.
Eat less meat.
Take shorter showers, about 5 minutes.
Although many would say it’s not a water saving tip to take a bath they are way too relaxing and necessary at times.
A tip to saving water while still enjoying your bath is to plug the tub right when you turn on the water.
Use a small bucket to collect water while your shower is warming up and use it to water outdoor plants.
Collect the water you use while rinsing your fruits and veggies to water houseplants.
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