Here are some small changes for around the house to make a BIG difference!
Tips:1) Turn faucet off when brushing teeth, shaving 2) Install a faucet aerator on your bathroom sink 3) Install a faucet aerator on your kitchen sink 4) Install a toilet tummy in your toilet tank 5) Install a water saving shower head 6) Install a high efficiency toilet
1) Rinse dishes, vegetables and fruits in a filled basin, rather than under running water. 2) Water your plants with left-over rinse water. (Plants also love fish tank water!) 3) Wash only full loads in the dishwasher. Use the "light wash" setting when possible. 4) Consider buying a high efficiency dishwasher that will save water and energy. Some water districts and homeowners associations give discounts for this. 5) Keep a jug of chilled water in the refrigerator for drinking to avoid running the water until it gets cold. 6) Use the garbage disposal sparingly. Compost vegetable food waste instead and save gallons every time.
1) Wash only full loads of clothing. 2) Hand wash single garments. 3) Consider buying a high efficiency washing machine that will save water and energy. Some
water districts and homeowners associations give rebates for this.
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