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    Easy Tips to Conserve Water

    Protecting and preserving our natural resources is a growing effort across the country. Here are some quick and easy ways you can help conserve water, not to mention lower your water bill!

    Conserving Water Outdoors

    • Catch and store rain water for lawn and garden use in rain barrels or rain catchers. This is fresh water that has less harsh chemicals and deposits, a great benefit for your plants and lawn, and even washing your car!
    • Make sure your sprinklers are watering your plants, and not your driveway, sidewalk or street. Most sprinklers have adjustable settings.
    • Mulch around your trees and vegetation will slow the water evaporation.
    • Watering during cool times of the day, early morning or late night, for the best water retention.

    Conserving Water Indoors

    • Fix leaky faucets and joints.
    • Use water-saving shower heads and fixtures in your bathrooms and kitchen.
    • Don't leave the water running while brushing your teeth or shaving.
    • Wash dishes by hand and don't leave the water running. To rinse your dishes, either fill a second sink with rinse water, or use a sprayer in quick bursts.
    • Keep water in the fridge to save on running water to get it cool enough to drink.
    • Run only full loads in the washing machine and dishwasher.
    • Take quicker showers. Even 1 or 2 minutes less can save up to 700 gallons per month!
    • Capture water when possible - waiting for your hot shower water or cold drinking water. Then use collected water for plants or put in the fridge for drinking later.

    TSC Supplies:

    • Sprinklers
    • Mulch
    • Rain Barrels

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