Water Conservation

Consumers can do their part to conserve water either by changing usage habits or investing in measures to reduce use. Studies have shown that installing water saving fixtures in your home can reduce usage as much as 30-40 % on average. The resources on this page describe addtional ways to conserve water in your home as well as tips on how to get the most out of the water that you use.


Use Water Wisely

Gallons of water a day can be conserved by adjusting your water use while performing your daily tasks. One good example is shutting off running water while shaving or brushing your teeth.

Fix Leaky Faucets, Toilets and Hoses

A small leak from a faucet or toilet can cause hundreds, if not thousands of gallons of water to be wasted over time. Fixing leaks of any size will keep excess water and money from going down the drain.

Install Water-Saving Devices

There are several devices on the market, such as reduced-flow showerheads, water-saving toilets and other appliances that can help conserve water. Most of these devices can be found at your local hardware store.

Additional Water Conserving Tips:

When Watering and Maintaining your lawn

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