{Eco Tip Tuesday} Water Conservation

Cyndi Sladics

Posted on May 19 2015

Water. Some places don’t have enough, some places have too much, and no matter which you are, it is always a good idea to take care of what we have.

Showers use 50% less water than baths. Consider taking a shower instead, and then play a game and see if you can take that shower in only two minutes. If you do, you win more water. Want to save even more? Shower with a partner.


Doing dishes? Scrap them off as well as you can and run the dishwasher before the food dries, which will save both time and water in pre-washing them.

Do you want to drink filtered water? Purchase a water filter pitcher and an A-Mason mug. You’ll save water by cutting down on water used in the manufacturing of water bottles and the water used in recycling of the bottles. And you’ll save a ton of money.

You can save a lot of water by turning off the faucet while you brush your teeth. Just wet your brush, turn off the water. Rinse your brush, turn off the water. Rinse your mouth, turn off the water.

See how easy it is to save water today so everyone can have some tomorrow.

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