Water is good to be preserved. Here are some basic tips to save water in bathrooms:
- One of the main causes of water wastage is leakage of water from faucets or pipes. By repairing dripping taps and faulty faucets, you can save up to 90 liters of water a day.
- An efficient shower head produces profuse and smooth jet. Mixing air with water consumes only half of the water needed which means a saving of 50% or even higher.
- We all like to shower with warm water, so it would be quite useful to use a bucket to deposit the left out cold water that we are not using, and then use it for the toilet or to scrub the floors of the house. The same happens with the bath water of babies, instead of throwing that water, we can also leave it in a bucket and use it for toilet cleaning.
- Shower instead of bathing, it can save about half of water every month. Every time an adult person spends about 100 liters of water on an average while bathing, but if you shower the consumption reduces down to 30 liters.
- Water bottle in the cistern: it is another classic, like showering instead of bathing, installing a bottle in the toilet tank will bring you great water savings.
- Timing the showers: the goal of showering instead of bathing is to save water, staying hours and hours in the shower will not help, so it is always a good idea to time showers to stop wasting a lot of water.
- The installation of water flow reducers in the faucets or in the shower would allow us to save 18% to 47% of water. Reducer is a small piece that is installed between the tap and the flexo which helps you to save water.
- Changing bathtub by shower trays: the water consumption of bathtubs is much higher than that of shower trays. This simple measure can help saving of almost half of water.