Ongoing droughts and municipal water issues in the U.S have recently brought home the undeniable reality that, as an essential life resource, our water supply is not only limited but in need of protecting. The good news: we can do something about it. Today more than ever, companies and individuals are in the unique position of taking the lead on water conservation and making change happen.
Our contributions, no matter how small, have an impact. If we simply remember to turn off the water when we brush our teeth, we are helping. If we plant native, drought-resistant gardens, we are making a difference. And if we trade in inefficient bathroom products -- toilets using 1.6 or more gallons of water and showerheads using 2.5 gallons per minute, we’re really having an impact. It truly is up to us to make a difference.