Water Conservation Tips

10 Water Conservation Tips for Summer

  1. Find and fix household leaks! 
  2. Fix or replace broken sprinklers. According to the EPA, “One broken sprinkler head can waste 25,000 gallons in just 6 months.”
  3. Water your lawn in the morning. Water early in the morning (or later in the evening) to prevent water waste due to evaporation.
  4. Reduce hose usage. Sweep sidewalks, patios, and decks with a broom instead of a hose. And consider going to a public swimming pool rather than filling up that 50-gallon kiddie pool.
  5. Be mindful when doing laundry. Use an Energy Star front-load washing machine and always wash full loads.
  6. Turn off the faucet. Don’t let the tap run while brushing your teeth, shaving, etc.
  7. Use an efficient dishwasher. Washing dishes by hand typically wastes more water than using the dishwasher—especially if you run full loads and use a water-efficient machine.
  8. Install low-flow showerheads. Did you know you can save 15 gallons of water per every 10-minute shower by simply upgrading to a low-flow showerhead? Also, make it a goal to take shorter showers this summer.
  9. Replace your toilet. Save water with every flush by replacing old or leaky toilets with newer, more water-efficient toilets. When selecting a new toilet, look for the WaterSense® label and consider upgrading to a dual-flush toilet.
  10. Install awater security system. This is the best way to prevent and minimize future household water leaks.

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