There are many ways to start saving water. By following water conservation tips you can save money on your monthly water bill, and more importantly, will also help protect the quality of life of future Texans.
Each of the following categories, indoors, outdoors, agricultural, and commercial, contain valuable tips and will allow you to become involved and see how simple water conservation can be.
Here are few sample tips you can learn about:
- Save a minimum of 20 gallons per day just by installing water-efficient fixtures and reducing leaks.
- Choose plants adaptive to conditions in your area of the state.
- Run the dishwasher only when you have a full load of dirty dishes.
- Adjust automatic sprinklers to turn off when it rains.
For addition tips, please visit the following categories:
Below are links with other educational resources.
Annual Water Symposium: The Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District holds an annual Water Symposium that is intended to share water related issues with the residents and decision makers of Bell County.
Major Rivers Youth Education: The Major Rivers program is an excellent way for Texas water providers to do cost-effective water education outreach in their communities with a program that has a proven track record of acceptance by Texas educators.
Texas Water Smart: Last year’s record drought showed that even a great state like Texas is powerless when it comes to Mother Nature. The good news is we are not powerless to do something about it.
Water IQ: “Water IQ: Know your water” is a way to bring awareness about water knowledge and conservation.
Rainwater Harvesting: Rainwater harvesting is an innovative alternative water supply approach anyone can use. Rainwater harvesting captures, diverts, and stores rainwater for later use.
Earth-Kind Landscape: Earth-Kind Landscaping uses research-proven techniques to provide maximum garden and landscape enjoyment while preserving and protecting the environment.
Brush Control: Brush Busters methods are easily understood, even by those with little or no previous experience in brush control.
Recharge Enhancement: Recharge enhancement is an important tool to help encourage recharge of our groundwater.