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Why Conserving Water is important

In addition to saving money on your utility bill, water conservation helps prevent water pollution in nearby lakes, rivers, and local watersheds. Conserving water also prevents greenhouse gas emissions associated with treating and distributing water.

Conserving water can also extend the life of your septic system by reducing soil saturation and reducing pollution due to leaks. Overloading municipal sewer systems can also cause untreated sewage to flow to lakes and rivers. The smaller the amount of water flowing through these systems, the lower the likelihood of pollution. In some communities, costly sewage system expansion has been avoided by community-wide household water conservation.

Life Changing Savings


  • Don’t Use the Toilet as an Ashtray or Wastebasket
  • Don’t Put Plastic Bottles or a Float Booster in Your Toilet Tank
  • Do take shorter showers & save 12 Litres every minute
  • Do fill the tub halfway & save 38 Litres
  • Do install water-saving toilets, shower heads and faucet aerators
  • Place a plastic bottle filled with water in your toilet tank if you can’t switch to a low flow toilet.

Faucets and Sinks

  • Fit Household Faucets with Aerators
  • Turn Off the Water After You Wet Your Toothbrush
  • Rinse Your Razor in the Sink
  • Minimize Use of Kitchen Sink Garbage Disposal Units
  • Do install water-saving toilets, shower heads and faucet aerators
  • Opt for the Dishwasher Over Hand Washing
  • When Washing Dishes by Hand, Don’t Leave the Water Running for Rinsing
  • Don’t Let the Faucet Run While You Clean Vegetables
  • Keep a Bottle of Drinking Water in the Fridge


  • Use Your Water Meter to Check for Hidden Water Leaks
  • Always know where the main water shut-off valve is located in case of a leak.
  • A stuffed sink can easily spring a leak
  • Check Faucets and Pipes for Leaks
  • Check Your Toilets for Leaks


  • Choose the Correct Load Sizes & Cycles
  • Consider a High Efficiency Washing Machine
  • Wear Your Clothes More Than Once
  • Conserve Water When Handwashing Clothes
  • Use Concentrated Detergents

Vegetable Garden

  • Reuse Wastewater Where Possible
  • Maintain Your Irrigation System
  • Water During the Early Parts of the Day; Avoid Watering When It Is Windy
  • Add Organic Matter to Your Garden Beds
  • Harvest Rainwater for Watering Vegetable Beds
  • Use Efficient Watering Systems
  • Use a Soil Moisture Meter to Gauge When You Should Water Your Garden

Lawns and Shrubs

  • Plant Drought-resistant Lawns, Shrubs and Plants
  • Put a Layer of Mulch Around Trees and Plants
  • Position Sprinklers Carefully
  • Water Your Lawn Only When It Needs It
  • Deep-Soak Your Lawn
  • Use Efficient Watering Systems
  • Plant in ‘Hydro-Zones’ to Maximize Water Use
  • Plant Trees in the Yard for Shade

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Do’s and Don’ts


  • Do install water-saving toilets, showerheads and faucet aerators.
  • Place a plastic bottle filled with water in your toilet tank if you cant switch to a low-flow toilet.
  • Use a Broom, Not a Hose, to Clean Driveways and Sidewalks
  • Cover Swimming Pools to Reduce Evaporation
  • Reuse Wastewater Where Possible
  • Do take short showers and save 5 to 7 gallons a minute.
  • Do fill the tub halfway and save 10 to 15 gallons.


  • Don’t Run the Hose While Washing Your Car
  • Don’t run the water while shaving, washing your hands or brushing your teeth. Faucets use 2 to 3 gallons a minute
  • Don’t use the toilet as a wastebasket, and don’t flush it unnecessarily.
  • Don’t let the water run while washing dishes. Kitchen faucets use 2 to 3 gallons a minute. Filling a basin only takes 10 gallons to wash and rinse
  • Don’t water your sidewalk or driveway—instead, sweep them clean.
  • Don’t overwater your lawn or plants. Water before 9 a.m. or after 7 p.m.

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