Tips to Conserve Water
Earlier, when I went to the bathroom, I noticed that our faucet was leaking. I tried shutting it off but it won’t stop from spilling water. Good thing my husband has a collection of clamps. Yup, he has lots of clamps and tools which is very helpful in times like this.
In line with this incident, I would like to remind everyone to conserve water. Everyone knows that it is important to conserve water. Nobody wants to be accused of wasting the natural resources, right? Here are a few tips to conserve water:
- Check your shower head for water efficiency.
- Check your toilet for seepage or leaks.
- When washing dishes by hand, fill the sink with hot water. Wash all the dishes at once, then turn on the water again to rinse the dishes at the same time.
- If your kids need to cool off, fill a small wading pool or the bathtub. It uses much less water than a sprinkler or hose. They’ll get to play in the water a lot longer.
Saving water isn’t just something you should do at home. “Encourage your employer to promote water conservation in the workplace. Suggest that water conservation be put in employee orientation and training programs.”
No matter what you do, conserving water is important for everyone to practice.