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Water Saving Tips

With the price of water due to increase in Western Australia next month by 5.5%, here are some handy tips tenants can use to save on water:
Check all taps, pipes and toilets for leaks.

  • Read your meter regularly – good way to see how much water you are using and whether a hidden leak is present.
  • Install water saving showerheads if current showerheads use too much water. Put old showerheads back when vacating a property.
  • Take shorter showers or if you feel like having a long one consider having a bath.
  • Turn off the water while brushing your teeth or shaving.
  • Rinse vegetables in a full sink or pan of water.
  • Fully load your dishwasher or full up your sinks with cleaning and rinsing wate instead of letting taps run.
  • Rinse dishes in a full sink or pan of water.
  • Wash full loads of clothes and where possible use clothing more than once before washing.
  • Keep the sprinklers off in winter and use retic sparingly the remainder of the year in line with regulations.
  • Adjust sprinklers so that they don’t water the sidewalk or street.
  • Equip all hoses with shut-off nozzles.
  • Place mulch around plants to reduce evaporation and discourage weeds.
  • Use a bucket instead of a hose to wash your car.

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