Fall Back To Savings: Cut Indoor Water Use & Save

Posted Thursday, December 08, 2016

Are you looking for a low tech, low maintenance way to conserve water and save money this fall? Consider installing a new showerhead.

Did you know that a five-minute shower uses less water than filling the bathtub?

The average shower lasts eight minutes. Since a standard showerhead has a water flow of 2.5 gallons per minute, each shower uses 20 gallons of water!

For only $11, Skagit PUD sells a water efficiency kit that contains a multi-mode massage showerhead and ultra-efficient faucet aerators. Install these items today for more efficient and enjoyable showering with better faucet flow.

If you would like more information about simple water-saving ideas, please visit our website at SkagitPUD.org or call (360) 424-7104.