Here are 7 essential tips to saving water within your home. Every little helps and it all contributes to improving the environment.
It’s one of the most obvious ones but turning off the tap while you brush your teeth can save up to 36 litres of water per day. That’s 13,140 litres per year.
With an average shower length of 10 minutes, you use roughly 45 litres of water, if halved you could be saving over 20 litres of water per day.
Check the GPM or Gallons per minute rating of your showerhead. Sometimes buying a new showerhead can reduce your shower water consumption by up to 100%.
Check for any leaks in the toilet tank or under the sink, a small drip leak could cost you thousands of litres per year.
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