There are tons of ways to save water. Many of these are quite simple and easy to execute. Some very simple ways to save water are: turn the water off in your shower when you’re shampooing/soaping up, wash your clothes when you fill the washer with them (no half-full or small loads), compost vegetable waste rather than using the garbage disposal, keep water in the refrigerator to stay cold rather than run the tap until it gets cold, and reduce the amount of water your toilet uses to flush by placing a brick inside the tank. Many more tips can be found at the website below.
One of the best ways to save water is to determine where you use the most water. Maybe you have a large garden or work out often so you need to shower often. A drip irrigation system could be used to water your garden, which delivers water to the exact location of your plants, reduces water runoff, and reduces the amount of water lost to evaporation. A rainwater catchment system can also be used to capture water that you could use for your garden and houseplants. A person or family that takes showers frequently could use a water efficient showerhead to reduce the flow rate. Water efficient toilets, faucets, washing machines, and dishwashers are also a good way to conserve water.
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