being water wise by nick vassilev -
As we all know, our climate is wet.
Of course, we don\'t need to worry about the water!
This is not how we live in Australia!
If you are familiar with the topic of saving water.
However, due to the demand for clean, treated water and population levels in British cities, water is indeed shorter than you think, and it is necessary to save water.
What are you doing?
Take a shower once a day, don\'t take a hot bath, and even just freshen your face and hair quickly in the basin.
This is much less water than bathing.
If you really want to, you can put a bucket in the shower to pick up the water while waiting for the water to heat up.
You can then water the plants with these water and cook (
The bucket is clean to start). . .
However, you may want to take a hot bath every once in a while (
Maybe once a week)
For the purpose of relaxation and pain
In this case, consider trying one of the following methods to save water: 1: Take a shower with other people who want to relax and relaxstress (
Yes, obviously, you have to keep a close relationship with the people involved.
It\'s very practical if you want to take a break in the bathtub and do the spa alone --
Type something like wear a mask or if you want to soak it in a cheap paperback).
2. Leave the water in the bathtub.
If the bathroom and toilet are in the same room, then flush the toilet with bath water.
Alternatively, if you have a bathroom upstairs, put the water pipe in the bathtub through the window and then suck the water out of the garden.
3: Do not fill the bathtub to the top.
There is enough water to cover you and you can relax well and you will avoid splashing water everywhere.
4: invest in a sauna which is an expensive and luxurious option but it uses less water and can give you a very good deep cleaning spastyle.
Put a brick in the toilet tank or a proper brick to reduce the amount of water flowing out of the toilet.
Flush water with a lot less waste half of modern toilets use much less water than an old toilet with only onesize-fits-all flush.
Several of these methods include saving water by taking water in the bucket and using it to flush the toilet.
If you are trying these methods, you do not need to pour water from the bucket into the tank in the toilet.
Water can be poured directly into the toilet bowl to flush the toilet.
Lift the lid and pour the bucket into the bowl quickly.
If your goal is good, half
Throw the water into the bowl and pour it in.
It\'s pushing waste in S-
Bend down into the sewer.
Pour water from a reasonable height, don\'t pussy-
It doesn\'t work to let the water flow in slowly, and it may overflow.
This is a more unpleasant way to save water, but when flushing the toilet, you can follow the old Australian motto: Make it mellow if it is yellow.
If it\'s brown, take it down.
I want to stick to that half.
Flush option and bucket of use.
Elsewhere, you can wash water in the bucket, which is the waste water pipe for the washing machine.
Although you need a lot of barrels to capture every bit of wastewater generated by the machine and are very strong and fast (hmmm. . .
This is an idea of exercise)
You can save a little water even if you only catch a few barrels.
The soapy water is only suitable for flushing, but the first rinse water can be placed in the garden or used to wash the car, and the second rinse water can be poured back into the machine for washing another load.
Some washing machines have a south.
The Saver option saves the flushing water used in the next washing load.
If you are cooking vegetables, use less water.
This helps the water boil faster, thus reducing the heating of the water.
You can also consider putting a steamer on another pan.
Boiler style, cooking two menu items for a quantitative amount of water.
Don\'t forget the other low
Water methods such as microwave, poaching, frying, baking and baking.
Collect rain water below with water tank, bathtub or tubpipe.
The water flows out of the ditch and slaps on your roof, which may not be the best option for cooking and drinking, garden watering, window cleaning or general house cleaning.