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Do you imagine what would happen if we are wasteful use of ground water without control? Yes, decreasing ground water debit will be able to speed up sea-water intrusion to the land and can lower down to the ground so that will be submerged by sea water.

See the impact that can not be considered trivial, will be better since early if the parents teach the children and the other in the house to help maintain the sustainability of the world from serious damage.

Some things you can do to use water at home, among others with:

1. Using water of the toilet room can be arranged. That way, at least you can save a few liters of water per day.

2. Washing vehicles, such as cars and motorcycles using the bucket, so not waste water, which continues to run down from the hose. Even if still want to use the hose, turn off the water when washing and turn on when will rinse.

3. Take a bath with shower.

4. Use automatic clothes washing machine that is capable of saving water.

5. Always caring and do not let the water pipe line leak.

6. Do not let the tap water constantly on when you brush the teeth are.

7. Do not forget to turn off tap water while the take a soap, washing dishes, and so forth.

8. Create a water well in place to replace the water that we consume.

9. In addition to the water well, it's good if you also make biopori to prevent flooding and maintain sustainability the environment around you.

10. Most importantly, teach all of the home not to waste the water.

1 comments

  1. pottygirl

    April 12, 2009 at 2:02 PM

    Toilets account for approx. 30% of water used indoors. By installing a Dual Flush toilet you can save between 40% and 70% of drinking water being flushed down the toilet, depending how old the toilet is you are going to replace.
    If you are serious about saving water, want a toilet that really works and is affordable, I would highly recommend a Caroma Dual Flush toilet. Caroma toilets offer a patented dual flush technology consisting of a 0.8 Gal flush for liquid waste and a 1.6 Gal flush for solids. On an average of 5 uses a day (4 liquid/ 1 solid) a Caroma Dual Flush toilet uses an average of 0.96 gallons per flush. The new Sydney Smart uses only 1.28 and 0.8 gpf, that is an average of 0.89 gallons per flush. This is the lowest water consumption of any toilet available in the US. Caroma, an Australian company set the standard by giving the world its first successful two button dual flush system in the nineteen eighties and has since perfected the technology. Also, with a full 3.5″ trapway, these toilets virtually never clog. All of Caroma’s toilets are on the list of WaterSense labeled HET’s http://www.epa.gov/watersense/pp/find_het.htm and also qualify for several toilet rebate programs available in the US. Please visit my blog http://pottygirl.wordpress.com/2008/08/01/what-you-should-know-about-toilets/ to learn more or go to http://www.caromausa.com to learn where you can find Caroma toilets locally. Visit http://www.ecotransitions.com/howto.asp to see how we flush potatoes with 0.8 gallons of water, meant for liquids only. Best regards, Andrea Paulinelli



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