Conservation at Home

Conservation House
High-efficiency toilets use a maximum of 1.28 gallons of water per flush (gpf), whereas an old toilet may use up to 7 gpf
Toilet
Man by toilet
A faucet aerator can reduce water use to 1 gallon per minute without sacrificing performance.
Wash basin
Man by wash basin
A standard showerhead uses 2.5 gallons per minute (gpm), while a high-efficiency showerhead uses 2 gpm or less.
Showerhead
Man by showerhead
High-efficiency clothes washers use 35-50% less water and approximately 50% less energy than traditional washers.
Man by washing machine
Washing machine
An average kitchen faucet uses 2.2 gallons per minute (gpm), but a faucet aerator can reduce that to 1.5 gpm.
Kitchen tap
Man by kitchen tap
Save water by only running full dishwasher loads.
Man by dishwasher
Dishwasher
Smart Irrigation controllers automatically adjust their watering schedule in response to changing weather conditions.
Smart irrigation controller
Man by irrigation controller
Smart Irrigation controllers automatically adjust their watering schedule in response to changing weather conditions.
Sprinkler head
Man by sprinkler head
Smart Irrigation controllers automatically adjust their watering schedule in response to changing weather conditions.
Weather station
Man by weather station
Conservation house