In order to make every drop of water count in the home, we must THINK conservation, adjust current equipment for maximum efficiency, repair all leaks, install more efficient equipment, and even think of waterless ways to complete some tasks. Behavior changes do not cost the consumer and can save “water bill” dollars.
- Home Water Conservation Tips (PDF)
- Water Conservation Checklist for the Home
- Don’t Let the Faucet Run Dry – Water Conservation in the Home (PDF)
- Home Water Quality Problems – Causes and Treatments
- Home Water Treatment Systems
- Energy Star® Appliances
- Water Conservation – Youth Activities
- Rainwater Harvesting (PowerPoint – 16MB)
- Water Sense - Water Efficiency (Environmental Protection Agency)
- Water Saver Home (California Urban Water Conservation Council)
- How to Choose a Water Filter
- Save Texas Water
- Texas Water Resources Institute
- Texas Water Development Board
- American Water Works Association
- Environmental Protection Agency
- Home*A*Syst: An Environmental Risk-Assessment Guide
- Water and Environment (Nebraska Cooperative Extension)
- Energy Star® Appliances website
- Water Quality and Waste Management (North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service)
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Last updated: 11 May, 2014
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