Care for your home with 0 Home & Garden Find out how you can save water while going easier on your wallet at the same time. Sherri Lonon , Patch Staff Posted | Updated Reply Just because April's Water Conservation Month is winding down doesn't mean Safety Harbor residents can't keep the spirit of the observance alive year-round. Doing so saves water for dry times and it can help cut a utility bill down to size. “If we don't conserve, we're pouring water — and money — down the drain,” the Southwest Florida Water Management District points out on its website . “It is estimated that each person in our region uses an average of 111 gallons of water each day. You can reduce your water consumption by taking just a few simple steps.” Here are a few of those steps courtesy of the district: Fix leaks – even small ones – right away Use Florida-Friendly Landscaping Recycle rainwater for irrigation Only turn on clothes and dish washers when there's a full load Turn off the water when you're brushing your teeth Use low-flow showerheads Check out the district's website for more water and money-saving tips! About Water Restrictions All… Read full this story
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