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General Tips

– Saving water also save energy
– Buy Energy Star Appliances
– Energy Star Clothes Washers save water consumption up to 40% – standard washers use up to 40 gallons of water
– Energy Star Dishwashers use about 25% less water.
– With water savings also comes wastewater savings – whether it be a city sewer system or septic system

Indoor Tips

– Repair dripping faucets and toilets
– Don’t run water when you’re brushing your teeth or shaving
– Only run your dishwasher with a full load, use ‘light wash’ if available, to use less water
– Store drinking water in the refrigerator
– Operate clothes washer with full loads or set water level to match size of load
– Use water-saving showerheads and aerators on your faucets.
– Throw trimmings/peelings from food into your yard compost – don’t use the garbage disposal
– Take shorter showers – A 4-minute shower uses approximately 20 gallons of water
– Don’t defrost food in running water – defrost in refrigerator or microwave

Outdoor Tips

– Install irrigation devices that are water efficient
– Plant native grasses/ground covers/trees
– Use mulch to retain moisture in the soil
– Wash vehicles on lawn and shut nozzle off when not using water
– Avoid over-watering your lawn. Most lawns only need one-inch per week. Water deeply, not frequently
– Raise your mower blade. A higher cut encourages deeper roots and retains soil moisture
– Cover pools and spas to reduce water evaporation
– Adjust sprinklers so only the lawn is watered
– Wash your pets outdoors on the lawn where your lawn needs watering
– Use a broom, not the hose, to clean driveways and sidewalks
– Water plants in early morning to conserve water and prevent fungus growing at night
– Outdoor watering June to September is restricted from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily


– Dispose of chemicals properly
– Limit amounts of fertilizer
– Take used motor oil to recycling center
– Teach others about groundwater

Did You Know

– Most people in North America use nearly 70 gallons of water indoors each day and nearly the same amount outdoors, depending on the season
– Indoors, ¾ of water used is in the bathroom
– In the average home, the toilet accounts for 28% of water use
– Running the sprinkler for two hours can use up to 500 gallons of water