Pumping, treating, and heating water uses significant energy. You pay for it when you use it, and we all pay for it when the climate is changed. Water is a limited resource. Reducing water usage is a potent personal action.
Installing a different showerhead can cut your hot water use dramatically, without hurting the experience of showering. In fact, you’ll save enough water that you can stay in a few more minutes and still come out ahead.
Click here for instructions and to learn about the detailed savings that will result from this one simple change.
Showers typically use more than 2 gallons of water per minute. Over the course of one year, you have the power to save at least 730 gallons of water without even trying.
(Have you seen these suggestions before? If so, that’s a good thing. Forming good Carbon Action habits takes time and repetition. We sometimes repeat things to help make habits stick.)