A dripping tap can waste 20,000 ltires of water every year. Know many such facts and how you can prevent them.
Did you know? An average Indian household uses around 150 litres of water per person everyday. That means a family can fill up an entire swimming pool in a year just with the amount of water they use!
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Washing machines are infamous for being the energy-consuming giants in your house. Not just electricity, but they are prone to use a lot of water to give you clean clothes in return.
While in the kitchen, we sometimes take water for granted. We tend to utilize more water than we need while preparing our favourite dishes. By realizing how much water we might be misusing, we can make the first step towards conserving water at home
More than 70% of the groundwater resoures in India are contaminated. Know about simple yet effective ways to save water.
Monsoon is here and it’s the right season to conserve water. Water is a precious resource, which we neglect the most. Rainwater is one such water resource that has a lot of potential to save our nature.
Whether you are having the food or serving it, water conservation is completely in your control! Restaurants and public eateries at large are like hubs for wastage of water, some of them unknowingly or some just due to negligence.
There’s a different glory when it comes to gardening. With hands in the dirt, head in the sun and hearts to the nature, you not just nurture life but you are also preserving the best for the future.
If you think you need fresh water all the time, you are wrong! There is something called grey water which can make things easier in terms of water conservation.