Next to air, Water is the most important element for the preservation of life. Water Conservation can go a long way to help alleviate impending droughts,
1. Check your toilet for leaks
2. Stop using your toilet as a wastebasket. Every cigarette butt or tissue you flush away, also flushes away 5-7 gallons of water.
3. Take a Shorter Shower.
4. Turn off the water while brushing your teeth or shaving.
5. Prevent over watering your lawns. Limit your lawn water time. Reduce runoff on slopes by cycling water in short intervals. Apply water only until runoff begins. Wait an equal amount of time then repeat watering until runoff begins again. Repeat until soil is moistened. The water waste is enormous as it runs down the street,
6. Check faucets, hoses and sprinklers for leaks.
7. People often wash their vehicles outside their homes, leaving an un-attended hose running, wasting water, Please consider a car wash or turning faucet off with the process of washing.
8. Reduce the size of your lawn,
9. Water very early in the a.m. hours of the day.
10. Check your sprinkler system for leaks and make necessary repairs.
Low -flow shower heads
Low-flush and dual flush toilets
Automatic sink faucets
High efficiency clothes washers
Weather-based irrigation controllers
Garden nozzles that shut off water
Low flow taps in wash basins
Swimming pool covers that reduce evaporation