A valuable resource is fresh water, and we will have to do as best as we can to preserve it. Here you can discover why water should be preserved, how you can do it at home and in the office, and the ability to change the condition of our world that recycled water has.
A small adjustments can have a huge impact when it comes to conserving water. There are a few simple tips that can make it easier to save fresh water by just marginally altering your habits:
Do not rinse under a running tap with your hands, clothing or vegetables-do so in a bowl or sink.
When brushing your teeth, soaping your hands or shaving, switching off the shower.
Taking fast showers instead of baths.
Using the water that’s left over to wash the floor if you have a bath.
Just operate full-load washing machines or dishwashers and, if necessary, cut the rinse cycle.
Fix dripping taps and water mains promptly.
Using power-saving products such as a water-efficient showerhead, water tap and washing machine
Use a dual toilet flush cistern and pay heed to the labels on water quality
Control the flow from the tap, do not always turn it to the full