1. Cut Down in the Bathroom
Many of us will leave the faucet running while we brush our teeth or take long hot showers. If you want to cut down on your water usage, you should stop both of these. Turn your faucet off while you brush and try and cut down on the length of the time in the shower. You will really notice a difference.
2. Think About Your Laundry
Do all the clothes in your laundry basket really need to be washed? From time to time, we accidentally put things that don’t need to be washed in the laundry basket when tidying up. Another thing to keep in mind is that you can always line dry your clothes if it’s a nice day. This will save heaps of money on your electricity bill as you won’t be using the drying machine as much.
3. Cut Down Water Usage in the Kitchen
For a start, if you have a dishwasher, there’s no need to over rinse the plates. Obviously, if there is a lot of residue still on the plates, you’ll want to have these clean before going in the dishwasher. Another great tip is to have a full kettle of boiling water ready if you need a small amount of water to wash something. This will prevent you using hot water straight from the faucet.
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