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Check your flush: Fill a two litre bottle with water and put it in your toilet tank, count how many times your family flushes and figure your savings!

“You shall have a place outside the camp, and you shall go out to it. And you shall have a trowel with your tools, and when you sit down outside, you shall dig a hole with it” Deut 23:12-14

  • Get a low-flow toilet. Flushing is the biggest water hog in the house. Older, conventional toilets can use 5 to 7 gallons per flush, but low-flow models use as little as 1.6 gallons. Since the average person flushes five times a day, the gallons can really add up.
  •  If you can’t replace your higher volume toilet, put a plastic bottle filled with water in your toilettank to reduce the amount of water used per flush.
  • To check for a toilet leak, put dye or food coloring into the tank. If color appears in the bowl without flushing, there’s a leak that should be repaired.
  • “If it’s yellow, let it mellow.” The saying may be cliché, but it’s good advice. If you’re grossed out by the “yellow,” just put the toilet lid down.
  •  Don’t flush things down the toilet to dispose of them. Throw tissues and other bathroom waste in the garbage can, which doesn’t require gallons of water.

Water saving tips in the bathroom

 

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