So, at long last, you’ve started conserving water at home. That was a brilliant move! Given that daily interior water consumption might approach 300 gallons, you’re definitely focusing on indoor water wasters like extended showers, leaking faucets, and running toilets. While this is an excellent place to begin, it should not be the finish.
If you don’t conserve, outdoor water use might account for a significant portion of your total water usage. True, if you live in a location with adequate rainfall, your outdoor water use may not appear to be excessive. However, even simple chores such as watering your yard or cleaning your car can leave a significant water impact.
That’s why, today, we’ll show you how to save water outside your home in a simple and effective approach.