Repair any leaks in faucets, pipes, or appliances as soon as you notice them. Even a small leak can waste a significant amount of water over time.
Choose water-efficient appliances like low-flow toilets, high-efficiency washing machines, and dishwashers. These appliances use less water per use.
Set up rain barrels to collect rainwater for later use in watering plants or for other non-potable purposes.
Instead of using a hose to clean driveways and sidewalks, use a broom. Sweeping is more water-efficient and prevents unnecessary wastage.
Faucet aerators reduce the flow of water from taps without compromising water pressure, thus saving water.