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Do less laundry

Save Water

Tips on saving water at home and office. We're trying to cut our water use at Eden.
Do less laundry

For this, you and your family will have to produce less laundry, but you will save time and wear and tear on your fabrics, as well. Unless your clothes are obviously dirty or smell bad there is really no point in washing them.Hang towels on a rack to air dry after you shower. Use them multiple times between washings. It will help if each family member has his or her own towel. Get several coordinating colors, if need be.Wear clothing more than once. You can also wear the same pajamas for a few nights in a row, especially if you shower before bed. Do change socks and underwear daily, but wear slacks, jeans, and skirts more than once between washings. Wear sweatshirts and sweaters over a t shirt or tank top and just change only the innermost layer.Dont change clothes midday. If you have something especially messy to do, such as painting, gardening, or working out, set aside one set of old clothes for that purpose and wear it multiple times between washing, too. If possible, time such activities so they happen just before your regular shower so you dont use additional clothing or take additional showers.


Care for your lawn in a more water efficient manner
Do less laundry
Plant appropriately
Around the house
Save water from your taps
Dont wash the driveway or sidewalk with a hose
Convert your toilet to low flush
Maintain your sprinklers and irrigation
Time water usage
Take shorter showers
Cover your swimming pool
Check your plumbing for leaks
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