Water conservation has become an common practice in all regions, even in areas where
water seems to be plenty.
Additionally to saving money on your utility bill, water conservation helps to prevent water pollution in nearby
rivers, lakes and local creeks and ponds.Conserving water also can extend the life of your septic system by
reducing soil build up, and reducing any pollution to near by water reservoirs. Overloading sewer systems can
also cause untreated sewage to flow above ground lead by rain to lakes and rivers. As smaller the amount of
water flowing through these systems, as lower the chance of pollution is. In some neighborhoods, costly sewage
system expansion has been avoided by community wide household water conservation. In 1994 government came up with law mandated manufacturers to produce only low-flow
showerheads, faucets, toilets, etc. We gathered some useful information so you can have a better idea what
is a average usage of household water and what part of it is usually overused and wasted.