World Water Day- Clever Hacks to Reduce Water Wastage

Come summer, and most of the states in India face an acute water crisis as a result of the increase in demand for fresh water. Being the second populous country in the World, India struggles to provide clean and safe drinking water to most of the people. According to a report by Ministry of Water Resources, India has approximately 18 percent of world’s population but has only 4 percent usable water sources. Considering the grim situation, it is necessary to use water in a thoughtful way. This World Water Day, let’s pledge to do our bit to save water and reduce wastage.

World Water Day 2018
World Water Day 2018

The theme for World Water Day 2018, which falls on the 22nd March, is ‘Nature for Water’. The theme mainly focuses on using nature-based solutions to deal with the water scarcity that we face today. Growing forests, planting more trees and restoring the natural are some of the nature-based ways we can implement. In addition to the nature-based initiatives, you can take some small steps at home to reduce water wastage. Here are some clever hacks that you can use to reduce water wastage at home.

 

Repair the Leaks

Stop Water Leakage to Save Water

Many of us don’t give much importance to a leakage until it starts damaging our homes. However, leaks are one of the main reasons we lose approximately 38 liters of water per day (Source: The Better India). Even if you have a minor leak at home, it may lead to 6 liters of water wastage per day. Fixing any leaky faucet or toilet will not only reduce wastage but will also reduce any kind of damage to your home.

Turn off the Tap when Cleaning the Dishes

turn off tap

Most of us have household helps to do the dishes. In addition to keeping a tab on how they are cleaning the dishes, make sure that they turn off the water when not in use. You can save approximately 20 gallons of water by turning the tap off and on. When you wash the dishes with the tap on, you may end up losing double twice the amount of water.

Reuse Rejected RO Water

Reuse RO Rejected Water

RO purifiers are a necessity, as a result of the increasing amount of pollution; however, you can reuse the rejected water for different household purposes. In an effort to help you save water, KENT provides RO purifiers that use an advanced save water technology. These purifiers from KENT recover more than 50% water as purified. The rejected water can be stored in an optional storage tank available with the water purifier, which you can use for various household purposes.

Do Laundry the Smart Way

Do Laundry the Smart Way

Washing machines also waste a lot of water. As a result, make sure that you adjust the water level in the machine depending on the load. Another effective way to save water is by loading the machine till it’s full. Half loaded machines as well as dishwaters waste gallons of water.  If the clothes that you are washing are not very soiled, use less detergent as recommended in the manual.

Conclusion

While some of us are fortunate enough to get water supply at home, there are women and girls across the globe who spend 200 million hours collecting water. Following the tips mentioned above can help you contribute in your own way to reduce water wastage. If you are not using any of the tips mentioned above, you can start with installing a water purifier with save water technology. Click here to check out the range of water purifiers from KENT.

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