Water is a precious resource and by now I am sure you have heard of the drought that is devastating Los Angeles and all of Southern California. The good news is that YOU can help. How you use water inside and outside your home can have a huge impact and could save hundreds of gallons of water.
Saving Water Indoors
- Limit showers to only 5 minutes
- Fix leaky faucets and toilets
- Wash only full loads of laundry and dishes
- Turn off water while brushing your teeth
- Install water saving devices such as water saving shower heads, high-efficiency toilets and washing machines
Saving Water Outdoors
- Replace lawns with drought resistant landscaping
- Install smart sprinkler systems that adjust watering based on weather, plant types, and more
- Use a broom instead of a hose to clean sidewalks and driveways
- Reduce the number of days you water your lawn
These simple tips can save hundreds of gallons each week. Let your family, friends, and neighbors know about these simple tips and how saving a little can create a huge impact.
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