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How to Save Water: Water covers 70 percent of the Earth, but only 3% of it is clean and suitable for human consumption.[1] Even if you live in an area with ample rainfall, using water requires energy to process, pump, heat, re-pump, and re-process it. Check this article for tips and ideas on how to save water.

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How To Install Soaker Hoses To Save Water And Time

How to install soaker hoses to save water and time | Want to have an automatic watering system for your garden but don't want to spend a lot of money? Click here to find out how to install soaker hoses to do just that, plus save on water at the same time!

Water cycles: Explore and learn about the Northern Territory water supply cycle. This is also available in print friendly format. For information on the natural water cycles, see Coastal water cycle diagram and Inland water cycle diagram. Go to Be water wise to learn how to save water.


How to save water in gardens and small-holdings: the Scrooge Bottle.

Putting a dent in your home improvement to-do list can often put an even bigger dent in your wallet. But these 21 humble DIY projects reduce, reuse, and reimagine what’s already under your roof to yield big results—and even bigger savings.