Conserving Water

Conserving Water

Do You Have Water Sense?

Visit EPA’s website and learn about saving water (and money!) in your home and for your landscaping.  Go to Water Sense

Use Water Wisely

There are lots of ways to save water, and they all start with you! Learn 100 ways to lower your water bills and protect our water supply for the future at Water – Use it Wisely.  Follow this link to go there:  http://www.wateruseitwisely.com/100-ways-to-conserve/index.php

Wasting Water is Weird

There is a moment when using water becomes wasting water.  Meet Rip the Drip and get tips on how to not waste water by clicking this link

Water & Energy

Most people don’t realize the considerable amount of energy it takes to deliver and treat the water they use. In fact, American public water supply and treatment facilities consume about 56 billion kilowatt-hours per year – enough electricity to power more than 5 million homes for an entire year.

Leaky Pipes – Factoids

Did you know each day approximately six billion gallons of treated drinking water are “lost” primarily due to system leaks throughout the United States? This is approximately 14% of the nation’s total daily water production. (Reported by American Society of Civil Engineers)

Did you know if every home replaced their old toilet with a new high efficiency toilet, more than 900 billion gallons of water would be saved per year ? enough to supply almost 10 million U.S. households?