You can reduce your water usage more wisely through plenty of water conservation methods that you can use throughout your home / schools etc.

Wonderful Ways to Conserve Water at Home

Water Conservation Methods 1

Fix Dripping Faucets & Running Toilets - A Slow drip can waste 15 to 20 gallons of water per day

Install low flow Faucet Aerators – it uses less water and give the impression of higher water pressure.

Take a shower rather than a bath – Keep showers to a reasonable length.

Turn of the water while washing your hands

Turn off the faucet while brushing your teeth

Add a nozzle to your hose to control flow

Install a low flow shower head

Wash your car only when needed

Use Dish & Clothes washers only for full loads

Install water-saving shower heads and low-flow faucet aerators

Collect rain water for use in the lawn & garden

Water Conserve Methods
Best ways to conserve water in the yard

Water Conservation Methods 2

Don’t water the lawn on windy days because much of it will be lost to evaporation

Ensure taps, fittings and hoses are not leaking

Group plants with similar water requirements

Best Ways to conserve water in the kitchen

Water Conservation Methods 3

Instead of running water while washing or peeling fruits and vegetables, use a large bowl

Thaw frozen food in the refrigerator, rather than under running water

When washing dishes by hand, don’t let the water run

When cooking, use only the amount of water requires; this reduces the amount of water wasted when straining

Never run the dishwasher without a full load. This practice will save water

If your sink faucet is leaking, make sure to fix it right away.

Best Ways to conserve water in Schools

Water Conservation Methods 4

Install aerators and water efficient plumbing fixtures

Detect and repair leaks at schools so that wastage of water will get reduce

Install water efficient devices at schools where appropriate – faucet aerators, high efficiency dual flush toilet etc

Educate students on water conservation measures like turning off water after washing hands

Landscape with native, drought tolerant plants, and mulch regularly

Raise awareness of the importance of water by creating colourful posters on water use and water saving

Always use a broom to clean walkways, driveways, and entrances rather than hosing off these areas

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