How To Save Water At Home

A small change in your household habits can lead to many litres of fresh water from flushing down the drain, help cut your bills and reserve our precious resource – water.

  • For The Water Efficient Toilets

    One of those ultimate me-time moments is spent on this! But did you know the water used for flushing a toilet in your house accounts for approximately 20% of total water use of the whole house?

    Older toilets use around 18 litres per flush. Look for models with a 4-star WELS water efficiency rating. These toilets use just 4.5 litres for a full flush and 3 litres for a half flush.

    Use the half flush button on your toilet instead of the full flush when you can. Pushing the correct button can save up to 1.5 litres a flush and can save the average home up to 35,000 litres per year.

    That’s it, half flush at a time!

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  • For The Master Chef

    From rinsing fruits or veggies to washing your hands and brushing your teeth, water from the taps in your kitchen and bathroom can take up to 12% of total water use inside the house, as much as a washing machine does!

    Wash your fruits and veggies in a container or put a plug in the sink rather than leaving the water run through the drain. Turn off taps when you finish using them and frequently check for any leaks. Those are some easy things you can do, or as simple as changing to a 6-star leak-proof tap that flows at 4L/min will save you 20,000 litres of water and $60 each year on water bills.

    Happy cooking and washing!

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  • For The Bathroom Singers

    The bathroom is a great place to start saving water, as about 40% of all water used in the home is in the bathroom and the most water is used in the shower!

    In fact, an old style showerhead use up to 20 litres per minute (wow!), a regular showerhead uses about 10 litres a minute, a water-efficient showerhead reduces to about 7.5 litres a minute.

    Reduce your shower time, every minute less in the shower saves one bucket of water. You can still sing your heart out in the shower but keep it to maybe a song or two?

    Chose water-efficient showerheads. The most water-efficient showerheads have a 4-star WELS rating for a flow rate of 6 litres per minute or less.

    Less water, but more fun!

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