Replace Your Old Water-Hogging Toilet, The largest Water User In Your Home If your home was built before 1992 and it still has its original toilet— then you probably have a water hog! Today’s ultra-low-flush toilets are modern, efficient and come in many stylish colors.
Stop Leaks Studies have shown leaks can silently drip 10% or more of your water and your water bill silently down the drain. Visit h2ouse.org to learn more.
Replace your Clothes Washer, the second largest water user in your home The latest Energy Star rated washers and can use half the water and energy of older machines. This saves you money on both energy and water bills.
Use Full Loads in Your Dishwasher and Clothes Washing Machine Because dishwashers typically use 12 gallons per load and clothes washing machines 40 gallons, run only full loads to save on water use. In addition, new high-efficiency, front-loading clothes washing machines save energy, electricity and water. Visit h2ouse.org to learn more.