1. Water dry spot by hand instead of running the whole irrigation system longer.

  2. Create a suggestion and incentives system at your organization to recognize water-saving ideas.

  3. When cleaning out fish tanks, give the nutrient-rich water to your non-edible plants.

  4. Put decorative fountains on timers and use only during work or daylight hours. Check for leaks if you…

  5. Cook food in as little water as possible. This also helps it retain more nutrients.

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

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

  8. Set water softeners for a minimum number of refills to save both water and chemicals, plus energy, too.

  9. Install water-saving aerators on all of your faucets.

  10. Play fun games while learning how to save water!

  11. Remember to periodically check your sprinkler system valves for leaks, and to keep sprinkler heads in good shape.

  12. Dishwashers typically use less water than washing dishes by hand. Now, Energy Star dishwashers save even more water…

  13. Teach children to turn off faucets tightly after each use.

  14. Grab a wrench and fix that leaky faucet. It’s simple, inexpensive, and you can save 140 gallons a…

  15. Use drip irrigation for shrubs and trees to apply water directly to the roots, where it’s needed.

  16. Become or appoint a water ambassador within your organization who creates, implements and maintains your water conservation program.