No matter where you live in the world, you must be aware that there is a global water shortage problem, and that it is only going to get worse due to climate change as well as the population explosion putting strain on this most precious resource.
This means that it is up to every single person on this planet to save water, no matter whether you live in a first world country where you can just open a tap and delicious fresh water pours out, or whether you are living in a third-world or developing country where water is scarce or where one has to walk for long distances to collect water by hand.
If you have been looking for ways to conserve water and cut your water Bill at the same time, than you have come to the right place. Other than fixing leaking taps and broken pipes and not overwatering your garden or washing your car using a hosepipe, there are many other ways to conserve water, including:
Washing Machines – Make sure that your washing machine is Energy star rated, as they are far more energy efficient and use half the water of older machines. Make sure that you only run the machine with a full load and use the machine’s water level controls effectively.
Dishwashers – Energy Star qualified dishwashers use less than 22 litres of water per cycle, which is almost one-third the amount used by some dishwashers sold as recently as three years ago. Not rinsing your dishes before placing them in the dishwasher will save up to 24, 600 litres of water per annum, which is a massive saving in both water and cost.
Water Heaters – These tankless water heaters heat water on demand, which means that you save water by not having to run the tap until the water heats up to the optimal temperature. Water heaters are at least 20 % more energy efficient than gas-powered storage-tank heaters, which means not only will you be saving water, saving on your water bill, but you will also be saving on your energy bill, which translates into a really good deal.
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