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Can You Guess Which Home Appliance Wastes The Most Water?
Water savings starts at home, and it can be a lot easier than you may think! On average, a household spends as mush as $500 per year on its water expenses but according to the EPA, about $170 could be saved by incorporating simple water-saving practices into your daily routine. Many consumers are aware water can be saved by switching to a WaterSense labeled toilet or faucet. In fact, homeowners will use 20% less water while showering simply by swapping out their old shower head for a water efficient version. With all the water using appliances in you home though, do you know which appliance is actually wasting the most water?
Click on the image to the right for the answer
Drought ReportTo most of our clients, drought doesn’t necessarily look like the 1930’s Dust Bowl where crops refused to grow and huge clouds of dust formed on the horizon. Today, it comes to us in the form of municipal water usage restrictions, legislative negotiations over water rights, and the very real concern that there simply won’t be enough potable drinking water for our growing population. Considering the current drought report it is disturbing to think how unconcerned the industry seems to be with Point Of Use (POU) water waste. In order to help build awareness of this issue, Pionetics brought LINX Drinking Water Systems to Greenbuild 2014 in The Big Easy. Greenbuild is a premier annual event for sustainable products featuring environmentally-charged speakers, unmatched networking opportunities, LEED workshops and tours of green buildings. Greenbuild offered LINX Systems a place for thousands to gather and learn about POU water waste. In our commitment to protect and conserve our water resources, we bring you the latest Drought Report. To view the most recent United States Drought Monitor, click here. To learn more about recent water shortage events, view our Drought Report here.
News from the LINX Blog
- Nitrate Contaminated Drinking Water on the Rise in Wisconsin
State data shows that nitrates are contaminating 1 in 5 wells in Wisconsin. That relates to about 90 thousand wells in the area. Nitrates often enter the drinking water through farming runoff. Farmers use fertilizers that contain nitrogen, which in t…
- Toxic Water and You Don’t Even Know It
How angry would you be if you had toxic drinking water and you didn’t even know it? Well, this could be the case for 4 million Americans right this very second. Does this make you angry? You have every right to be! This is the story of 2-year-old A…
- How to Waste Less with LINX®: $Billions Less
Even with conservation efforts these days, we are still wasting a whole lot of water on a daily basis. Sometimes it is by ignoring leaks, sometimes by letting the faucets run too long, and sometimes, it is with the water-using appliances that we us…
- Water Conservation Efforts are Quickly Disappearing!
Where we Were As we reflect on the past year, we cannot help but think about the effects of the California drought. We are concerned about the state’s water conservation efforts and what they will entail during the coming year. An article published…
- Water Conservation: A New Way of Life for Californians
As California enters its sixth year of extreme drought, it’s no surprise that water conservation is top of mind for most residents and lawmakers. Since the beginning of the drought in 2011, more than 100 million trees have died, wildfires have swept…