1. If your shower fills a one-gallon bucket in less than 20 seconds, replace the showerhead with a WaterSense®…

  2. Saving water on your landscape adds up quickly. Send the person in charge of your landscape to an…

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

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

  5. Have a plumber re-route your greywater to trees and plants rather than the sewer line. Check with your…

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

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

  8. Set a kitchen timer when using the hose as a reminder to turn it off. A running hose…

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

  10. Designate one glass for your drinking water each day, or refill a water bottle. This will cut down…

  11. Catch water in an empty tuna can to measure sprinkler output. 3/4 to 1 inch of water is…

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

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

  14. Write feature articles on your employee website that highlight water-saving ideas and successes.

  15. Water your summer lawns once every three days and your winter lawn once every five days.

  16. When you give your pet fresh water, don’t throw the old water down the drain. Use it to…