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March 20, 2024

Simple Ways to Save Water - Explained Simply!

Do you want to be a water-saving hero and prepare for stricter water rules? Let's dive into easy and inspiring tips to make your home more water-efficient. Remember, every drop counts!

Small changes lead to big impacts. In a world where small actions pave the way for significant change, simple adjustments can have a profound impact on our planet.

By embracing these straightforward strategies, you're not merely conserving water; you're championing a cause that transcends individual efforts. Become a water-saving advocate and join hands with us to initiate a ripple effect of positive transformation. Let's delve into practical tips that empower you to make a tangible difference:

Using the Dishwasher

Dishwashers use less water than you might think, but watch out for that high-pressure tap! It can gulp down 12 liters per minute. Skip the pre-rinse and scrape off food into the compost or bin instead. If you re going to use the dishwasher, only turn it on once its full!

Hand washing dishes?

Fill your sink instead of letting the tap run – it's a game-changer!

Love your Laundry

Washing machines can be thirsty,using over 120 liters per load. Save water by doing full loads only. Be anout fit repeater if there are no visible stains. If it passes the sniff test,it's good to go!

Smart Machines

Looking for a new washing machine? Front-loaders are the superheroes of water efficiency.

Mulch Magic:

Sprinkle mulch (old leaves or grass clippings) in your garden. It keeps the soil happy, reducing evaporation by up to 70% and adding nutrients.

Smart Watering:

Water your garden early morning or evening to beat the heat. Check your garden every 4-7 days in dry weather.If the soil is moist 10cm below the surface, hold off on watering.

To Sprinkle, or not to sprinkle:

Deep soak your garden once or twice a week instead of frequent light sprinklings. Use drippers or directional sprinkler heads to avoid water wastage.

Shower Splash

A one-minute shower can use up to18 litres of water! Keep it short, like a song, and invest in an efficient shower head.

Tap Time

Turn off the tap while brushing your teeth. A bathroom tap can use around 6 litres of water per minute.

Flush Facts:

Stick to the half-flush unless it's a bathroom emergency! For a more relaxed approach, remember, 'if it's yellow, let it mellow.'

Detective Work

That slow drip in the loo could be wasting up to 28 litres a day. Call a plumber to check it out. Unsure about a leak? Drop some food colouring in the cistern; if it appears in the bowl without flushing, you've got a leak.

By following these simple tips, you're not just saving water; you're making a difference for our planet. Be a water-saving superstar, and let's create a ripple of change together!

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