Friday, March 22, 2013
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Posted on Friday, March 22, 2013
Just before I left home for work, I saw a chart from a morning show here in Singapore that shows the consumption of an average Singapore household. It was shocking to see that shower consumption is much higher than laundry consumption.
I have to admit that I spend a lot of time in the shower but if we collectively spend less time at the shower that means a lot of water saved.
Honestly, saving water can be a hassle. But bits of hassle can actually save you more utility bills money. So here are some of my ideas:
1) Take a shower for less than five minutes or better use a water pail instead of the shower.
2) Collect the used water from your dish washing and use it to water your plants.
3) Collect rain water and use it to water your plants. If you have good portable water purifying system, use it instead of your tap water.
Do you have any water saving tips? I'll be glad to hear it from you.
This post was written by: Mark Ferdinand Tayag
Makoy is a Senior Software Engineer based in Singapore. He enjoys cooking, swimming, running and taking photos. Makoy started blogging way back 1998 during his College years. Aside from his personal blog, he maintains a music blog, an entertainment blog, making money online blog and a photo blog. A certified Filipino blogger that wants to dominate the blogosphere.
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