1. Use water-conserving icemakers.

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

  3. Invite your water utility conservation staff to your organization for Earth Day and other environmental events to help…

  4. Give your landscape proper amounts of irrigation water. Determine water needs, water deeply but infrequently, and adjust to…

  5. Have maintenance personnel regularly check your facilities for leaks, drips and other water waste.

  6. Shut off water to unused areas of your facility to eliminate waste from leaks or unmonitored use.

  7. Consider and compare water use when purchasing ice makers, dishwashers, reverse osmosis units, coolers and cleaning equipment.

  8. Marry the weather with your landscape water use. Water use should decrease during rainy periods and increase during…

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

  10. Inspect your landscape irrigation system regularly for leaks or broken sprinkler heads and adjust pressures to specification.

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

  12. Implement a water management plan for your facility, then educate employees on good water habits through newsletters and posters.

  13. Post a hotline in bathrooms and kitchens to report leaks or water waste to facility managers or maintenance…

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

  15. Test your co-workers or employees on topics like xeriscape, WaterSense®, and high-efficiency toilets. See how water-wise they are.

  16. Contact your water utility to see if rebates are available for purchasing water-efficient fixtures, equipment or for facility audits.