Top 10 Ways to Save Water

We already know that the most eco-friendly way to wash your car is at a car wash like Towne Lake’s Carwash and Detail in Woodstock, GA. But what are some other ways to save water in your home and every day life? In this post our team shares:

Towne Lake’s Carwash and Detail’s Top 10 Ways to Save Water

Think Green Conserve Water

  1. When you wash your hands turn the faucet off while you later with soap.
  2. Save up to 3,200 gallons of water a year by turning off the water in the shower while you wash and condition your hair.
  3. When you go on vacation, consider reusing your towels all week to save on having them washed everyday.
  4. Instead of throwing ice away after you finish your drink add the leftover ice and water to your house plants.
  5. Give your pets a bath outside where plants or grass needs water when the weather is warm enough.
  6. Summertime Sprinkler fun with your kids on the lawn and places where your plants or grass needs water.
  7. Plant similar plants together in your garden. Plants that have similar watering needs, should be grouped together to keep from over watering some and under watering others.
  8. If you have a leaky faucet get a wrench and fix it, it will save you up to 40 gallons of water a week and is a pretty simple repair to do yourself.
  9. Don’t run water over frozen meat to thaw it. Instead let it thaw out in the refrigerator for food safety and to save water.
  10. Get a bucket for your shower, test your shower head to see if you need to replace it with a more water efficient model. If the bucket fills up with more than a gallon in a period of 20 seconds, you should replace it.

Doing small things to save water is a good way to help our whole planet have clean drinking water for future generations to come. At Towne Lake’s Carwash and Detail we care about our environment and follow water efficient rules for our industry. If you have any questions or would like to  know more about our menu of services please contact us.

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