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Top Ways To Save Water At Home

Knowing your usage is important because understanding how much water you are using can help you save money and reduce your environmental impact.

27/07/2021

 

 

 

Everyday, we drink a glass of water. Maybe you wash your clothes or take a shower. But how much do you know about the water that is used to get those things done?

The fact is that most people don't know how much water they're using and this can have some negative impacts on the environment and their wallet. Knowing your usage is important because understanding how much water you are using can help you save money and reduce your environmental impact.

 

1. Save water with a low-flow showerhead

People often forget about their water consumption while they are at home. A shower accounts for a large portion of their usage, You can cut down on water usage by switching to a low-flow showerhead.

The average Australian shower is 15 minutes long and uses about 140 gallons of water. A person using a low-flow showerhead can save about 10% of their household’s water bills by cutting down on the amount of water used for showers.

That’s a huuge water saving!

 

2. Save water with a dual-flush toilet

Dual-flush toilets are the most environmentally friendly way for households to reduce waste since they have two separate, but equal, settings for waste and water.

There are two kinds of dual-flush toilets, the older traditional ones and the newer high-efficiency models. The new high-efficiency toilets use up less water, which is crucial in dry countries like Australia. Switching to a more efficient toilet can also help save families money and reduce the amount of water a house uses.

The dual-flush toilet was invented back in the early 1950s in Germany. Its popularity in Australia has been rising recently as more people become concerned about their monthly bills and look for ways to reduce them.

 

3. Fix leaky faucets and toilets to save water without changing your habit

Fixing a leaky faucet can save up to 10 gallons of water a day in your home. Fixing a leaky toilet can save up to 200 gallons of water every day!

The average Australian household uses up to 15,000 gallons of water per month. And every time you fix a faucet or leaky toilet handle, you can save one to two percent of your monthly water consumption.

 

4. Try using your shower more efficiently by turning off the water while you soap up!

If you are taking a shower, turn off the water while you soap up and lather to be more efficient.

You can trim down the amount of water you use and how long it takes by carefully turning off the shower when you lather up. Turning the water off while you're in the shower will reduce the amount of water that goes to waste down your drain.

 

5. Save water by installing a rain water tank in your garden

Rainwater tanks are a great way to conserve water. They are simple to install, especially if you plan on installing them yourself. By doing so, you can save money and feel good about yourself at the same time.

you are saving more water than if you didn't have a tank at all.

Installing a rainwater tank is a straightforward process, but if you want to install one of the many types of rainwater tanks available, make sure that you have enough space in your backyard or on your property for the tank and the necessary connections.

 

Conclusion

Conserve water to save Earth. Small changes at home are a great start, and it will help you feel more confident doing your part to keep the planet healthy and beautiful.

 

 

 

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