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Conserving water is good for the environment and saves you money!
It is much easier than you think! Here are some tips and tricks you can do to conserve water:
- Monitor your utility statement by watching your water levels. If there is a dramatic increase from the previous month, then you potentially have an unnoticed leak.
- Turn off running water when you are not using it, such as: washing your face, brushing your teeth, and hand washing dishes.
- Install a low-flow toilet (1.6 gal/flush).
- Use leak detector tablets or food coloring to make sure your toilet isn't leaking, a leaky toilet can waste more than 200 gallons of water a day.
- Put the tablet or food coloring in the tank, stir and do not flush. Wait 15 minutes and if the color shows up in the bowl, then you have a leak
- Wash your car in the grass with a bucket of soapy water, not a running hose. Only use the hose at the end to rinse everything off.
- Use Florida Friendly Landscaping techniques in your yard. (Check out the Documents Box for more information)
Another great way to conserve water is by getting a rain barrel to maintain the watering of your outdoor plants. The city offers a limited amount of rain barrels throughout the year at a discounted rate. Stay tuned for the next availability dates! Want to make your own? Find instructions in the Documents Box.
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