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How to Conserve Water Indoors

Water Conservation is the key to being prepared for a severe drought. If you make conserving water a a part of your lifestyle today, you will be well prepared for shortage in the future.

Everyday Water Conservation

    • Stretch and reuse water whenever possible. Before you poor water down a drain, consider using it to water your indoor plants or garden. The water might no longer be useful to you, but your plants will never know the difference.


  • Don't ignore leaky faucets or pipes. Repair and insulate your pipes as soon as possible. 1 drop of water per second equals more than 2,700 gallons of water a year.
  • By installing aerators that restrict the flow of water from your faucets, you can save thousands of gallons a year.
  • Instant hot water heaters intalled directly to your sinks is a great way to conserve water.
  • All water pipes should be insulated to prevent heat loss and reduce the likely hood of breaking.
  • Water softening systems should be considered carefully and only used in cases where minerals may cause damage to your pipes. Also remember to turn these systems off if you travel for any length of time.
  • Replace old and out dated appliances with modern, water, and energy efficient models.

Water Conservation for the Bathroom

  • In some areas, low-volume toilets are a requirement. Having a more efficient toilet reduces the amount of water used by more than half.
  • If you don't want to completely replace your toilet, one easy way to reduce your water usage is by placing a one gallon water jug inside your tank to displace the amount of water used per flush.
  • Check and replace old shower heads with new ones that are more efficient.

Water Conservation for the Kitchen

  • Composting and other methods of managing waste can save water when compared to using a garbage disposal.


These are all valuable water saving tips that can help you and your neighbors be better prepared for a drought. By conserving water in your home and setting an example for your friends and neighbors to do the same, you and your community will run a much lower risk of having a water shortage.

If you would like more information about drought management and preparedness please follow the link below to learn about conserving your water outdoors. Or find information about other disaster situations in the Disaster Management section.