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Install Low Flow Aerators

May 7, 2013

Attach low flow aerators to kitchen and bathroom faucets. The faucet will flow stronger while using much less water. It’s inexpensive and simple to install. Low-flow faucet aerators can reduce your water consumption by as much as 50%, and reduce your energy cost of heating the water also by as…

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Why You Want To Check Your Water Meter

April 24, 2013

Check your water meter and bill to track your water usage. There are several reasons why you would want to be able to locate and read your water meter. First, you might be interested in just how much water you use in a day. By reading your meter at the…

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Check for Leaks with Food Coloring

April 18, 2013

Put food coloring in your toilet tank to check for leaks. If you have a slow leak in your toilet tank, hundreds of gallons are just slowly and silently cascading down the side of your toilet bowl every month. Fortunately you can easily detect if the uptick in your water…

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Use a Rain Gauge to Measure Water Usage

March 26, 2013

Buy a rain gauge to track how much rain or irrigation your yard receives. A rain gauge is one of the most important tools in your home landscape. With it, you can properly manage lawn and garden watering. Summer showers are often spotty and unpredictable. The only way to know…

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Water to Thaw Food: Are you Wasting Water?

March 21, 2013

Don’t use running water to thaw food While running water to thaw is one proper way of doing it, it is also the most wasteful. There are other ways of thawing food that would be a whole lot less wasteful. If you have time, put your food in the refrigerator…

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Do You Bathe Your Pets Outdoors?

February 20, 2013

Bathe your pets outdoors. In warm weather you can bathe your dog outside. Pick a place that will not turn to mud when it gets wet. It’s a good idea to have a washtub large enough for your dog to stand up in and fill it with just a few…

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Adjust Your Lawn Mower to a Higher Setting

February 13, 2013

Adjust your lawn mower to a higher setting. Longer grass shades root systems and holds soil moisture better than a closely clipped lawn. Longer grass increases water retention and prevents soil erosion as a consequence. More insects are attracted to live in long grass, so in turn this attracts more…

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Stop Flushing Your Money Down The Drain

February 7, 2013

Avoid using the toilet for a wastebasket, and you’ll stop flushing your money down the toilet. Every flush you eliminate can save between two and seven gallons of water. The average toilet flushes 1.6 gallons per flush. One person can consume as much as 10 gallons per day, or 3,760…

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