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Saving Water - It Is Everyone's Responsibility

Water, a precious resource, faces increasing unpredictability due to climate change.  This could lead to more common droughts in the future.

Remarkably, the average household in Providenciales consumes around 95 gallons of water daily. However, many individuals are unaware of their usage. Some might even claim to use as little as 10 gallons a day!

To better understand and manage water consumption, consider these simple yet effective tips to reduce daily usage and save you money in your home.

Turn It Off

Turn It Off

A running tap wastes more than a gallon of water a minute, so turn off the faucet while brushing your teeth, shaving, or washing your face.  Use cold water if you don’t need hot.

Shorten Your Shower

Shorten Your Shower

Spending one minute less in the shower each day will save $’s off your energy bills – not to mention off your sewerage bills too!

Dont Be A Drip

Don't Be A Drip

A dripping faucet can drip more than 1300 gallons of water per year.  Make sure your faucets are properly turned off, and if they begin to drip change the washers quickly.

Dual Flush

Choose My Flush

Dual-flush toilets offer two flush options—ideal for liquid or solid waste—saving water and energy. Benefits include reduced strain on resources and easy installation, making them a cost-effective conservation solution.

Laundry Pro

Fill Your Washing Machine

It might sound simple, but running your washing machine with a full load is a great way to save water and energy. Waiting until you’ve got enough items to fill the machine is the smart and eco-friendly choice!

Fix Leaks

Be A Fixer

Leaks in irrigation can lead to significant water wastage over time. Regularly inspect for leaks and promptly repair them to avoid unnecessary water loss.

Drip Irrigation

Drip Irrigation

Drip irrigation systems deliver water directly to plant roots, minimizing waste from evaporation and runoff. This method is very effective for trees, flowers and even home-grown veggies which need precise water application.

Re-Use Your Water

GreyWater is the WayWater

Consider installing a greywater waste system. It filters wastewater from washing machines, showers, and baths for garden irrigation, saving up to 40,000 gallons of water annually and significanly lowering overall water consumption and bills.  Greywater contains nutrients that can benefit plants and soil, resulting in improved soil quality and plant growth.

Dowload Our App

Be Smart

Download our SmartApp onto your mobile.  You have 24 hour access to your account, and can be informed IMMEDIATELY of any excess water useage.

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