Laundry Doing laundry for a family can use a lot of water, especially if you are washing clothes daily. Although most new, energy-efficient washers automatically adjust the water level, if you have an older washer, this doesn’t apply. You should only do laundry when you have a full load of clothes. The average family washes about two loads of clothes a week (104 laundry loads per year). By washing a full load of clothes each time, you can save 1,560 gallons of water per year. In monetary amounts, this amounts to a savings of $2.30 per year.

Get the Stink Out and Save Water

Laundry

When you have a family, doing laundry plays a major role in your weekly routine. Depending on the size of your household, you can be doing laundry a couple times a week to keep...

Are Your Faucets Failing? You Better Check Them Out

Bath, Kitchen, Laundry

One of the biggest sources of water waste in the home comes from leaving faucets running while washing dishes, rinsing vegetables and brushing your teeth. The first step to...