1. As part of the WaterSense® Fix-A-Leak Week in March, plan an employee campaign to look for leaks.

  2. Use a WaterSense® labeled showerhead. They’re inexpensive, easy to install, and can save you up to 750 gallons…

  3. Wash your fruits and vegetables in a pan of water instead of running water from the tap.

  4. When ice cubes are leftover from your drink, don’t throw them out. Pour them on a plant.

  5. Use a trowel, shovel, or soil probe to examine soil moisture depth. If the top two to three…

  6. Support Tap Into Quality and forgo those plastic water bottles to lower your carbon footprint.

  7. Support projects that use reclaimed wastewater for irrigation and industrial uses.

  8. Some commercial refrigerators and ice-makers are cooled with water. Upgrade to air-cooled appliances for significant water savings.

  9. Make suggestions to your employer or school about ways to save water and money.

  10. Install an instant water heater near your kitchen sink so you don’t have to run the water while…

  11. If you have an automatic refilling device, check your pool periodically for leaks.

  12. When running a bath, plug the bathtub before turning on the water. Adjust the temperature as the tub…

  13. When shopping for a new washing machine, compare resource savings among Energy Star models. Some can save up…

  14. Ask your company to support water conservation events and education. ProjectWet hosts local events throughout the country.

  15. See a leak you can’t fix? Tell a parent, teacher, employer, or property manager, or call a handyman.

  16. Adjust your lawn mower to the height of 1.5 to 2 inches. Taller grass shades roots and holds…