DESIGNED TO SAVE WATER
Where is water used inside a home?
Toilets, clothes washers, showers and faucets are the heavy hitters in indoor water use.
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Replacing just one showerhead with a 2.0 gal/min WaterSense labeled showerhead can save theaverage family 2,900 gallons of water, the amount of electricity needed to power its home for 13 days, and more than $70 in utility bills.
High–efficiency washing machines can conserve large amounts of water. Traditional models use between 27 and 54 gallons of water per load, but new, energy—and water—conserving models (front–loading or top–loading, non-agitator ones) use less than 27 gallons per load.
Turn off the tap while brushing your teeth or shaving; that alone can save a person more than 200 gallons of water per month. Source: epa.gov
Of the estimated 29 billion gallons of water used daily by households in the United States, nearly 7 billion gallons, or 30 percent, is devoted to outdoor water use. In the hot summer months, or in dry climates, a household's outdoor water use can be as high as 70 percent. Source: ebmud.com
Washing laundry is a significant use of water in the average home; accounting for 15% to 40% of the overall water consumption inside the typical household of four persons. The average American family washes almost 400 loads of laundry each year. Source: Home Water Works.org