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How to Save Water Indoors
A) Check all faucets, pipes and toilets for leaks.
B) Install water saving shower-heads + low-flush toilets.
C) Take shorter showers.
D) Never use your toilet as an ashtray or wastebasket.
E) Don't run water while brushing your teeth or shaving.
F) Defrost frozen food in the refrigerator.
G) Rinse vegetables in a full sink or pan of water.
H) Fully load your dishwasher.
I) Rinse dishes in a full sink or pan of water.
J) Wash full loads of clothes.
How to Save Water Outdoors
K) Don't over-water landscaping.
L) Water your plants early in the morning or late in evening.
M) Adjust sprinklers, don't water the sidewalk or street.
N) Don't water on cool, rainy or windy days.
O) Put on all hoses shut-off nozzles.
P) Use drip irrigation systems.
Q) Plant drought-tolerant or low water-use plants and grasses.
R) Use shrubs and ground cover to reduce the amount of grass.
S) Mulch around plants reduce evaporation + discourage weeds.
T) Don't mow low, longer grass means less evaporation.
U) Use a pool cover to cut down on water evaporation.
V) Use a bucket instead of a hose to wash your car.
For us Water conservation is important. We provide Water conservation facts + Water conservation tips. We show what Water conservation methods can be used.
There are many water conservation resources. This booklet gives Water conservation tips for kids, how conserving water helps our environment, how saving water makes us better people.
We got emails from many adults who have liked this booklet with many graphics.
There are many water saving devices. On our water information sites we give you tips for water conservation, how to save water. We show you ways to conserve water with special water conservation techniques!
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A story about what everybody can do to save water...
|Definition of Water:
A liquid substance built by two Hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom|
Water: a liquid for life - - Huge amounts of Water are used in electricity production
Water quality and Water pH - - Protection of river areas - - Water facts
Why we test water? - - Where does our water come from?
How high is the salinity or your water? - - Water filter guide
Hydrogen gas burns ultra violet, oxidizes with ozone to water
Do you know what a watershed is? - - Water conservation - - Water conservation for kids
A lot of creatures live in the water - - Water is often toxic from pollution - - Water E.coli bacteria
Earth's oceans support us - - Oceans move water around Earth - - Thirsty but NO water?
Beautiful rainbow - - Want to harvest rainwater? - - Water + trees - - Water Quiz
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