REAL Water Conservation

Did you know that you use 50 gallons of water every time you take a shower? The typical Edmond household takes four showers each day, that's 200 gallons a day, 6,200 gallons a month and 74,000 gallons a year! This is an extremely large amount of water usage when multiplied by 83,000+ residents. Water is not only  being excessively used during showers, but also while watering your yard and brushing your teeth.

Indoor Water Conservation

  • About 74% of home water usage is in the bathroom, about 21% is for laundry and cleaning, and about 5% is in the kitchen.
  • Save 35 gallons of water a week per person by simply not letting the water run while brushing your teeth.
To find out more ways to conserve water indoors visit our Tips & Tricks page.

Outdoor Water Conservation

  • Don't water your street, driveway or sidewalk. Position your sprinklers so that your water lands on the lawn and shrubs, not the paved areas.
  • Use mulch in the garden and around shrubs to save moisture.
To find out more ways to conserve water outdoors visit our Tips & Tricks page.

REAL Problems, REAL Solutions, REAL Water Conservation.

Conservation "Watometer"

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The Brush Factor

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