Here are some 5 easy steps to “break out of the status H2O”

  1. Stop using bottled water, drink tap water instead
  2. Water your lawn at night to minimize the amount of moisture lost to evaporation
  3. Get a low flush toilet and economical shower head nozzle
  4. Collect rain water to water plants and gardens
  5. Always wait for full loads of laundry and dishwashers before starting a cycle

Just like that you can help do your part!

For instance, did you know that just by using a things like a toilet tank bag (not as complicated as it sounds), a low-flow shower nozzle and a tap aerator, that you could use over 20% less water each year?

And the best part is, you can get all of this for only $12 through Vancouver’s WaterSaver Kits.

Do your part and get involved and preserve our fresh water future!

1 Response to “What You Can Do”


  1. 1 EROCK June 22, 2008 at 9:13 am

    Fill a Frisbee

    Just one inch- or one Frisbee full- of water over the week from rain or the hose is all your lawn needs to stay healthy. Lay a Frisbee upside down within the range of your sprinkler and time how long it takes to fill. That’s how long you should run the sprinkler over the week.


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