According to official UN estimates, if water consumption continues at exacerbated levels and populations continue to grow rapidly, there are considerable chances that every inhabitant on planet Earth will have less than 30% of water to consume in the future. Today, being aware of this aspect is necessary among all members of society, regardless of social class.

Let's Help the Planet

Let’s Help the Planet

Learn More Than 50 Tips to Reduce Water Consumption.

01: When washing dishes by hand, do not let the water run while soaping.

02: Some refrigerators are cooled with waste water flows, beware!

03: Run the washing machine and dishwasher only when they are full. You can save up to a thousand liters per month.

04: Install covers on pools and check for leaks around your pumps;

05: Use waste sparingly, decreasing the risk of waste contaminating river waters to a considerable degree;

06: Plant in the fall, when conditions are cool and rainfall is plentiful;

07: Monitor the water bill for exceptionally high usage. Water meter represents a tool that can help discover leaks;

08: Water lawn and garden in the morning or evening when temperatures are cooler to minimize evaporation;

09: Use a 2-flush cistern

10: Wash fruits and vegetables in a pot of water instead of using the tap;

11: Use a broom instead of a hose to clean the sidewalk and driveway and save water;

12: If your showerhead fills up a bucket in less than twenty seconds, switch to a model with an efficient water flow system;
13: Collect the water you use to wash fruits and vegetables and reuse it;

14: If water runs off your lawn easily, divide the watering time into shorter periods to allow better absorption;
15: Check external faucets, sprinklers, and hoses for leaks; If you have an automatic refill device, check the pool periodically;
16: Check the root zone of the lawn or garden for moisture before watering. Use some trowel or trowel. If the soil is still moist two centimeters below the soil surface, it is a sign that there is still plenty of water;
17: Reduce your shower time by a minute or two and save up to one hundred and fifty gallons of water per month;
18: Update old bathrooms with efficient water distribution models;
19: When cleaning the fish ponds it is necessary to fill them with water rich in nutrients for the plants;
20: Collect water from the roof to water the garden or even the crops;

21: Check the soil moisture, two to three centimeters below the surface before watering;
22: Install rain sensor with irrigation controller so that the system does not run when it is raining;
23: Never use running water to thaw food;
24: Use drip irrigation for shrubs and trees;

25: Take a screwdriver and fix the dripping faucet. It is simple, cheap, and the action can save two hundred liters per week;
26: Please note that the water level corresponds to the load size of the washing machine. Information taken from the equipment’s instruction manual;
27: Teach children to turn off faucets correctly after each use;
28: Use water-efficient showerheads. They are cheap, easy to install, and can save up to 750 liters per month according to much of the expert opinion;
29: When washing dishes, soak pots and pans instead of letting the water run while cleaning;
30: Do not water lawns on windy days, when most of the water hits evaporate more easily;

31: Water plants deeply but less frequently to encourage deep root growth and drought tolerance;
32: To reduce water waste on sloping lawns, apply water for five minutes. Then repeat two or three times;
33: Use a layer of organic material on the planting surface to minimize weed growth that consumes excess water;
34: Use minimal amount of organic or slow release fertilizer to promote healthy, drought tolerant landscape;

Don't Waste Water

35: Use a commercial car wash with a water recycling system;
36: Do not use recreational toys that require constant water flow;
37: Turn off the tap water while brushing your teeth and save thirty liters per month;
38: Encourage the school system and local government to develop and promote water conservation, among children and adults;
39: Learn how to turn off the automatic irrigation system in case of a defect or unexpected rainfall;
40: Replace flowers or shrubs with low-water-use plants for the entire year and save about 550 gallons each year;

41: Install instantaneous water heater near the kitchen sink. This also reduces the cost of energy that comes from hydropower plants;

42: Use some pencil to mark the water level of your pool. Check the 24-hour mark afterwards to see if you have a leak;

43: Exchange old washing machines for new models;
44: When the children want to cool off, use the trough in an area where there is grass that drains the particles. Present the proposal to the school;
45: Make sure pools, fountains, and ponds are equipped with recirculation pumps;

46: Bathe the young children together;
47: Wash the car on the lawn;
48: Make suggestions to your employer about ways to save water and money at work;
49: Support projects that use wastewater for reclaimed irrigation and industrial uses;
50: Share water conservation tips with friends and neighbors;

51: Wash dark clothes in cold water to save energy;
52: Turn off the water when washing your hair and save up to two hundred liters per month;
53: Wash pets outdoors and in a grassy area;
54: Before buying a new washing machine compare the resource savings between the models;
55: When washing dishes by hand, fill the sink or a large container and wash everything together;
56: Turn off the tap when shaving and save three hundred liters of water per month;
57: Reuse the water that the pet has not consumed instead of pouring it down the sink.
58: If you accidentally drop the ice on the ground, pick up the cover and leave it in a vase.

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