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Install a High-Efficiency Toilet
Toilets have the highest water use inside our home, nearly 30%. Older inefficient toilets can use 6 gallons per flush. By installing a high-efficiency toilet you can save 20% to 60% which equals nearly 13,000 gallons a year!
Install Faucet Aerators
Installing a faucet aerator helps save 1.2 gallons per person, per day.
Shower for Only 5 Minutes
Put on your favorite tune and wash up. A 5-minute shower saves 12.5 gallons with a water efficient shower head per shower.
Turn Off Water When Brushing Teeth of Shaving
Turning off the water while brushing your teeth, shaving, or lathering up your hands helps save 10 gallons per person, per day.
Wash Full Loads of Clothes & Dishes
Instead of running a load every night, wait till you have a full load to wash. You can save 15 to 45 gallons per load with your clothes washer, or 5 to 15 gallons per load with your dishwasher.