Water is becoming more and more of a scare commodity. Here are some simple practices that can help save a lot of water!
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Water is becoming more and more of a scare commodity. Here are some simple practices that can help save a lot of water!

Scarcity of water is an ever-growing concern in today’s times. Despite this awareness, people tend to take their regular supply of water for granted.

Here are some tips that will help you save water at home and contribute to the environment’s betterment:

Turn off the faucets while brushing teeth

This practice can save up to 6 litres of water per minute.

Take a shorter shower

Consider getting an aerated shower head that combines water and air. It will minimise the waste of water during long showers.

Use full loads in washing

This practice will cut out the unnecessary washes while you wash the clothes and utensils.

Fix a dripping tap

It can waste 15 litres of water a day and 5,500 litres of water a year.

Check your water meter regularly

When you check how much water you actually use, you’ll know how much water you can save in the next month!

Top Tip

Insert a regulator in your shower that keeps an upper limit on the flow rates.