Looking for ways to save water, energy, and money? Two easy ways include repairing household leaks and replacing old fixtures with WaterSense certified models.
The average U.S. family loses 10,000 gallons of water each year due to household leaks. That’s equivalent to 270 loads of laundry! A leaking toilet alone can waste hundreds of gallons each day. Finding leaks is fast and easy. Check out the links on the left for some quick tips.
Thinking of upgrading your fixtures, replacing your toilet, or installing a new showerhead? Replacing your showerhead with a WaterSense certified model can make a big impact. The average yearly savings add up: 2,700 gallons of water, 11 days’ worth of energy to power your home, and $70 on your water bill. Check out the links on the left for more information about WaterSense certified products and replacing fixtures.
Protecting and preserving New Hampshire’s water supply is critical to our economy, the environment, and human health. Water isn’t an infinite resource, and in New Hampshire we are faced with a growing population, ongoing development, changing climate trends, and very old water infrastructure–all of which put pressure on our water resources. Residential water users are the largest water users in the state and have significant potential for using water more efficiently. To ensure enough clean water for you, your family, and future generations, join the We’re for Water campaign! Choose WaterSense labeled products for your home and yard and take simple steps to save water each day. You will save water, save energy, and save money!