Water Saving Study For Your Customers

These statistics will help your business sell more devices to save water and save energy.

Bathroom use accounts for about 75 percent of the water used inside the home.

  • Check regularly for any leaks in your toilet, faucets and water hose bibs and fix them. Water saved: up to 200 gallons per day.
  • Install a low-flow showerhead. Water saved: about 2 gallons per minute.
  • Replace older, larger-use toilets with the newer higher efficiency toilets. Water saved: .5 to 5 gallons per flush.
  • Take short showers and save the baths for special occasions. Water saved: 2 to 5 gallons per minute.

Kitchen use accounts for about 8 percent of in-home water use.

  • Don’t rinse dishes before loading dishwasher. Water saved: 20 gallons per load.
  • Wash only full loads in the dishwasher. An efficient dishwasher usually uses much less water than washing dishes by hand.
  • Install a low-flow faucet aerator, which can cut water use in half. Water saved: 1 to 2 gallons per minute.
  • When buying a new dishwasher, consider purchasing a water-saving model. (New models use up to 25 percent less water than older ones.) Water saved: 3 gallons per load.

Other areas round the house account for the balance of water use.

  • Wash only full loads in the clothes washer. Washing small loads uses over twice as much water per pound of laundry.
  • When buying a new clothes washer, consider purchasing a water-saving model. Water saved: up to 40 gallons per load.
  • Install an eco-friendly temperature controlled hot water recirculation valve to provide instant hot water (so water is not wasted down the drain waiting for water to run hot) at your faucet or shower-Water saved: up to 17,000 gallons per year. Save hot water, save energy, and prevent pipe freeze with a Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot water Valve.
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