Water is the most important element of any creature’s life. A person can survive weeks without any food, but none can survive 3 days without any water.
People waste water in their homes without even realizing it. We have become so accustomed to have a 24 hour supply of water to meet all of our needs from cooking, to cleaning, to drinking, that we sometimes forget that we do not have an infinite supply of water.
Everyday water is wasted through leaky taps, flushing toilets, inefficient washing machines and dishwashers, and needlessly letting water flow directly to the drain while showering or brushing our teeth. Being water wise around the home means preventing waste. Having a bath uses more water than a shower, rinsing your hands doesn't require a constant stream of water. We should check for leaks in taps, pipes, and dishwasher hoses which can cause over 2,000 liters of water per month to be wasted. Repairing any leaks will save you a ton of money and you will also be saving the environment. Check for any leaks
Closing the tap carefully is a wise thing to do. Sometimes due to carelessness we leave the tap running even after our work there is done. If a running tap drops one drop of water each second, you’ll have wasted 4 liters of water during your sleep. You can use a water meter to check for water leaks.
Many people keep the water running while they are brushing their teeth or washing dishes which is not at all a necessity. Please turn the tap off after you have wetted your toothbrush.
Saving in the bathroom -
40% of all the water used in a household is being flushed down the toilet. No one needs all that water for that purpose. Using low flush tanks can solve this wastage. You reduce the tank space by putting a bottle full of water or stones in it. This will reduce water wastage in some extend. For example, if you live in a family of three and you put a half liter bottle inside the flush tank, you will...