As a general rule, our bodies make up between 60-75% of our bodies for proper hydration. Water is needed for our survival. Let’s conserve every drop to stay healthy. Here are some useful tips on how to save water.
Using a Bucket saves more water than using the shower for bathing
Taking a shower for not more than 9.5 minutes, will not only clean a huge part of your body but will also save more water compared to using two to three buckets of water
Use and Re-Use Your Drinking Glass
Using that same glass for the whole day will save you on washing more drinking glasses for the rest of the day. So hang on to that favorite design glass. As a rule of thumb, do not leave your faucet running, or else, it may run up on your water.
Wash Fruits and Vegetables using a Bowl
No running water, please. Rub a dub your veggies and fruits in a bowl instead of letting the faucet run.
Repair Pipes and Sources of Water Leaks
Empower ourselves and take charge of all possible leaks to deter water from escaping from our pipes in our homes.
Flushing Your Toilet Sparingly
If its brown and not yellow, its signals green as in go flush but if the color is just yellow, it signals red for stop. No need to flush yet. Up to 7 gallons of water is wasted every time we flush our waste away.
Water is a primordial component for all living thing to survive. We must start contributing our share to the conservation efforts before it gets too late.
Need more tips? Watch this video and find out how you can save more water at home.