Depending on the type of faucet you currently use in your shower, making the switch to a low flow shower head with an aerator can save you up to 50% in water usage while also saving on the energy needed to heat that water. Since winter is commonly a time when hot showers are most popular, this is one way to make a significant difference. Also, winter may be a good time to look into remodeling a bathroom in an effort to replace toilet and lavatory fixtures as well to achieve water reductions.
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