Are We Running Out Of Water?

As many as 67% of U.S. counties in certain states have been experiencing exceptional drought conditions (according to the Federal Drought Map). Using water efficiently will help ensure supplies for future generations.

Across the country, our growing population is putting stress on available water supplies. Between 1950 and 2000, the U.S. population nearly doubled while the public demand for water more than tripled! Americans now use an average of 100 gallons of water each day—enough to fill 1,600 drinking glasses! This increased demand has put additional stress on water supplies and distribution systems, threatening both human health and the environment.

There’s a reason that water has become a national priority. A recent government survey showed at least 36 states are anticipating local, regional, or statewide water shortages by 2013. But by using water more efficiently, we can help preserve water supplies for future generations, save money, and protect the environment.

One way to help save the average family over 17,000 gallons of fresh water each year is to use a hot water recirculating system to send cooled water (from your hot water pipe) back to your water heater for reheating instead of running it down the drain (whil waiting for hot water to arrive at your faucet or shower).

Simply install innovative and patented technology known as a “temperature controlled hot water recirculating valve” (is a breeze-no pipe cutting, soldering or electrical connections). It uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to circulate the water back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a pump or any electricity). These systems are temperature-controlled and are easily adjustable to meet your particular temperature needs. There is no water waste and it also reduces the energy required to heat your water while it provides instant hot water to your faucets and showers.

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