Teach children to turn off faucets tightly after each use.
When the kids want to cool off, use the sprinkler in an area where your lawn needs it most.
Encourage your school system and local government to develop and promote water conservation among children and adults.
Play fun games while learning how to save water!
Monitor your water bill for unusually high use. Your bill and water meter are tools that can help you discover leaks.
Learn how to use your water meter to check for leaks.
Reward kids for the water-saving tips they follow.
Avoid recreational water toys that require a constant flow of water.
Grab a wrench and fix that leaky faucet. It’s simple, inexpensive, and you can save 140 gallons a week.
Hire a GreenPlumber® to help reduce your water, energy, and chemical use.
Be a leak detective! Check all hoses, connectors, and faucets regularly for leaks.
We’re more likely to notice leaky faucets indoors, but don’t forget to check outdoor faucets, pipes, and hoses.
See a leak you can’t fix? Tell a parent, teacher, employer, or property manager, or call a handyman.
At home or while staying in a hotel, reuse your towels.
Make suggestions to your employer or school about ways to save water and money.
Run your washer and dishwasher only when they are full. You can save up to 1,000 gallons a month.
See how your water use stacks up to others by calculating your daily water use.