With the average American family using over 300 to 400 gallons of water per day, conserving water isn't as hard as you might think. From using easy-to-implement habits to switching to more efficient fixtures indoors, you'll find there are plenty of opportunities to conserve our most precious resource.
From dishwashers to long-running faucets, we often take the water flowing through our kitchen for granted. View tips and shortcuts that will help you to use your kitchen water efficiently.
The bathroom accounts for most of our indoor water consumption. Toilets, showers and faucets often steal away more fresh water then we need - and you can still maintain optimal cleanliness with powerful fixture performance.
Don't think you can make a difference? Even small tweaks and changes in our daily habits can have long-lasting effects on our personal water use and on the environment.