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Our water resources in Hawaii are limited, so let's not waste a drop. If we save enough water now, we'll have what we need for years to come. here are some simple ways to do your part.
Lawns don't need to be watered every day. Even during the summer. The fact is, if you water just once every three days, you promote deeper root growth, making your lawn healthier and more water-efficient.
Water evaporates quickly when the sun is out. So if you water during the day, you're not watering the lawn, you're watering the sky. Instead, water in the early morning, evening, or at night. It'll keep the water where you want it: in your lawn.
How? Turn off water throughout your house, check your water meter, and check back two hours later. If it has moved, something's leaking. Checking toilet leaks is even easier with a free Board of Water Supply test tablet.
A new toilet can save five gallons or more every flush. A new shower head can save up to five gallons every minute. An aerator on your kitchen faucet can save up to five gallons daily.
Every minute you trim from your shower saves three to six gallons of water. So get in and out a little faster, or pause the water while you lather, shave, or shampoo.
Left unattended, a running garden hose can waste over 100 gallons in just minutes. Use a shutoff or pressure nozzle, so you only use what you need when you're watering the plants, cleaning the house or washing the car.
Turn off the tap while brushing teeth or shaving. In the kitchen, us a dishpan for soapy water, and rinse with clean water quickly. Just imagine all that water running all over the counter or floor, instead of down the drain. That'll give you a hint at how much water you're accidentally wasting.
Saving Water Indoors
Saving Water Outdoors