- Price972 $
- Stuff Reference (ID)1234
- Year Bought2019
- Year Made2010
- Swapped No
- Contract Rent
- Stuff Dimensions20x30x40 cm
- MaterialBronze, Ceramic, Cloth, Leather, Non-Precious Metal, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel, Wood
- Previous Owners1
Reducing your water usage is essential: There’s only so much water on this earth, and we can’t make any more of it.
Did you know 96.5 percent of the water on earth is too salty for human consumption? Two thirds of the remaining fresh water are locked away in polar ice, glaciers, and permanent snow.
Melting it won’t help, seeing as most of it will just end up as sea water. That’s why it’s so important to cherish the water we have.
Here are a few ways to help conserve water and protect our waterways:
When you brush your teeth, be sure to shut off the water while you lather up. Don’t leave it running: Only turn it on when it’s time to rinse your mouth out.
Take shorter showers. A fun way to do this is by listening to a 5 to 10 minute song, then shut the shower off when it’s over.
Don’t flush things down the toilet to dispose of them. One flush can waste up to 5 or 7 gallons of water!
Avoid dish/body soaps filled with toxins. Conventional dish and body soap contain ingredients that go down the drain and only further pollute our water supply. Make the switch to all-natural, eco-friendly soap.
Host or join a waterway cleanup in your local community. Keep those waters plastic free!
Opt for reusables. Lots of disposable items take gallons of water to make. For example, one roll of toilet paper takes 37 gallons of water; A single disposable diaper takes 144 gallons of water. There are several other products, like paper plates, cups and towels, that gallons of water to make as well. That’s why switching to reusables will help you save water in the long run.
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