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Water Conservation Tips

Since water is one of our most precious finite resources, the United States must have a water efficency program. Between 70-75% of the Earth's surface is covered with water, but only 1% of that is available for human use. While both population and demand on freshwater resources are increasing, supply remains constant. There is the same amount of water now as there was two-billion years ago. Water efficiency helps preserve our water supply for future generations. 


​Water cost about a penny per gallon and is one of our most prized natural resources. 


Even the tiniest continuous drip here and there is water wasted. At 60dpm (drips per minute) per fixture, you'd be wasting just over 2,000 gallons of water a year each. Don't skimp on a basic repair when you hear that annoying drip, drip, drip.


If you use a low-flow shower head, you can save 15 gallons of water during a 10-minute shower. 


​Every time you shave minutes off your use of hot water, you also save energy and keep dollars in your pocket. 


It takes about 70 gallons of water to fill a bathtub, so showers are generally the more water-efficient way to bathe.