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A water molecule stays in the ocean for 98 years, in ice for 20 months, in lakes and rivers for 2 weeks, and in the atmosphere for less than 7 days.
Water consumption increases in the summer, increasing demands on the system. Here are 5 simple ways to you can conserve water, without a real impact on your lifestyle.
Tired of hearing the "drip, drip, drip" of your leaky faucet? Stop your money from going down the drain.
Does your toilet seem to run, or even flush on its own? Fix the “phantom flush” by installing a new rubber flapper valve inside the tank.
Old shower heads can waste huge amounts of water - Some as much as 10 gallons per minute! Stop wasting money, and water by updating your shower head.
How do you know how much water to use for your landscaping? Do you use the same amount in June as you would in November? Search online to learn how to schedule your landscape watering to conserve water this summer.
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