Whether you live in an apartment, a condo, or a house, the kitchen can be an easy place to help trim your household’s water use.
Sinks, dishwashers, and garbage disposals give you plenty of options... Read more
You may have heard that “greywater systems,” which reuse water from sinks, showers, laundry, and other non-toilet drains, can help you reduce water use. It can also save money on water and sewer... Read more
Lawns have gotten a lot of bad press lately—and not undeservedly. They use a tremendous amount of water and gasoline, and they pollute streams and other water resources with herbicide- and pesticide-... Read more
Studies by public agencies across the country show home landscapes waste as much as 50 percent of the water used outside. In addition, residential application of pesticides per acre is typically 20... Read more