How to save money on water while living alone?

How to save money on water while living alone?
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Are you looking to save money? Want to make your lifestyle more eco-friendly? Nothing simpler – start with… water! By saving it, you’ll reduce your bills and help the planet at the same time. How to do it? Check it out!

It’s worth saving water

In times of climate crisis, no one needs to convince anyone that saving water is actually a necessity. Its resources are still shrinking, and there is a real problem with water scarcity in many parts of the world. Therefore, let’s do what we can to save water. This is not only a sign of concern for the environment, but also a real opportunity to reduce your bills. Sound good? Well, sure. Especially if you’re single, there’s a lot you can do to make your water bills lower starting now. 

Shower instead of bathing

Baths can take a really long time! And this, as you know, involves a huge amount of water. You can easily avoid this. All you need to do is to choose a shower. This is a great solution that will make you waste water much less. Of course, it’s not about standing in the shower for a quarter of an hour. A quick shower is a simple and effective way to save no small amount of water. Some people want to avoid wasting water so much that while showering, they also brush their teeth. This eliminates the need to turn on the tap a second time.

Use the dishwasher

If you follow this advice, not only will you save water, but you will also gain time. And that time is, after all, priceless. Few people like to wash dishes by hand, and if you add the fact that it’s really not very economical compared to a dishwasher, the balance is simple. Do you want to save water? This is the perfect time to buy an appliance that has revolutionized daily life in many households. Of course, run the dishwasher only when it is already full. Likewise with the washing machine.

Rainwater has great power!

Do you have plants to water – garden or potted? Rainwater will be the best. Actually, it’s a shame not to use it, especially since it’s soft water that most plants can easily absorb. A tank that collects water flowing from the gutter is a great solution.

Check your fixtures regularly

On a daily basis, you may not even pay much attention to a leaky cistern or a leaky faucet or pipe. The truth is that they can unfortunately cost us a lot. That’s why it’s a good idea to regularly check such things and repair them – that way you can avoid losing a lot of money. Installing touchless faucets is also a good option.

Examples of domestic water saving can be plenty. The important thing is to realize how big the problem is. It’s not just about saving money. If we don’t save water, there may simply not be enough water for future generations.

main photo: unsplash.com/Jacek Dylag

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