Ten easy ways to save water include turning the water off when performing tasks in the sink, fixing leaks and watering plants with water that typically goes down the drain. Other methods include taking more efficient showers.
Three easy ways to save water include turning the water off when you are hand washing dishes, brushing your teeth or rinsing fruits and vegetables.
Another way is to collect rinse water from fruits and vegetables, as well as any dropped ice cubes, and use it to water your indoor plants.
Save water a fifth way by repairing small leaks in pipes and faucets throughout your house and in your yard and garden watering system.
In the yard, you can also save water by installing a drip watering system, adding organic matter, such as mulch, to your soil to increase water retention and adjusting your watering schedule to avoid the hottest parts of the day to decrease evaporation.
A ninth way is to install low-flow shower heads, while a tenth is to take shorter showers.
When used daily, small, easy adjustments to water usage can save significant amounts of water over the course of a year, lowering your water bill and helping the environment.