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Water Conservation Begins At Home

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These days, there are very few people out there who are completely unaware of the fact that most of the earth’s crust is covered by water. However, a lot of people aren’t aware of how only 1% or less of our water is actually pure enough for us to drink. The rest of the earth’s water is either too saline or just contaminated to the point where it can’t be potable without a lot of filtration. There are many ways you can play your part in saving precious fresh water and we’re going to talk about a few of them right here.

At Home

Australia is one of the driest continents on earth and it also has some of the highest recorded numbers when it comes to the consumption of water as compared to the rest of the world. If Australian people started conversing water in their own homes, they could end up making a lot of difference, considering how much water they use.

In Your Bathrooms

Perhaps where we waste the most water are our bathrooms. Though we absolutely need our bathroom, we still end up wasting a lot of water unnecessarily. To many people, bathrooms are a sort of an escape; a private area where they can unwind for a little bit and that’s how many people end up showering for long times. You can save a lot of water in your bathroom by being mindful of the time you spend in them and by installing Reef stainless steel channels for drainage.

In Your Kitchen

The bathroom isn’t the only water wasting culprit around here; we waste a lot of water that we don’t need while washing our food and our dishes. The best way around this is to use dishwasher machines that can get the job done with a limited amount of water.