One element of a plan to protect water resources is to use water-efficient appliances and fixtures to conserve water as much as possible. Everyone can help in the protection of water resources by not disposing of harmful chemicals though drain systems. This is the simplest way to make sure that you are not polluting the creeks.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) encourages everyone to be mindful of their water consumption. Simple tasks such as reusing water and turning off the tap when brushing teeth can do a lot when it comes to water conservation. There are also fixtures such as water-saving faucets, shower heads, appliances, efficient-water systems and accessories that provide you with only the amount of water that you actually need. Aside from faucets, toilets also play a big part when it comes to a household's water consumption. There is an option to use composting toilets which use little to no water. They function as a normal toilet and are widely used in places where there are no sewage systems.
Protection and conservation of the Earth's water resources is crucial for everyone in the world to have access to potable water. People can only use less than 1 percent of the Earth's waters; the rest is sea water.