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

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

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

  4. Upgrade older toilets with water-saving WaterSense® labeled models.

  5. Create a goal of how much water your company can save and plan a celebration once that goal…

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

  7. Be sure your irrigation system is watering only the areas intended, with no water running onto walks, streets…

  8. Limit turf areas at your facility. Instead, landscape using xeriscape principles to cut water use in half.

  9. Ask employees for suggestions on saving water and give prizes for the best ideas. Incentivize it!

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

  11. Don’t forget hidden water use costs, like energy for pumping, heating and cooling, chemical treatment, and damage and…

  12. A recent study showed that 99% of business managers surveyed ranked water conservation as a “top five” priority…

  13. Show your company’s dedication to water conservation through a policy statement. Commit management, staff and resources to the…

  14. Include a water-saving tip in your employee newsletter. Find 100+ tips at wateruseitwisely.com.

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

  16. While cleaning sidewalks, a hose and nozzle use 8-12 gallons of water per minute. A pressurized Waterbroom® uses…