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Water Conservation and Quality

4 Different Ways to Use Water Wisely at Home

Water conservation at home serves many purposes. By using water wisely, you can save money on your water bill and lessen the envir...

Problems With Water-Saving Toilets

Prior to 1992, the average toilet in the U.S. used at least 3.5 gallons of water per flush (GPF). In 1992, the federal government ...

The Recommended Time to Shower to Conserve Water

There is no universally recommended length of shower to take to conserve water. For maximum conservation, if you shower daily, Wat...

Why Do We Need to Conserve Water?

Water is probably the most important substance for preserving life. In fact, scientists looking for evidence of life on other plan...

Uses of Rain Water

Don't curse the rain next time you're stuck inside during a drizzle. Rain water was once considered a valuable resource in...

Coppertone Ingredients

Sunburns are painful and unpleasant as well as bad for your skin and overall health. Since 1944, products manufactured by the Copp...

Ingredients of Fels Naptha

Fels Naptha is a laundry bar soap put out by the Dial Corporation. Its small size at only 5.5 oz. is a plus over larger bulky laun...

What Happens When We Do Not Conserve Water?

Water is a critical resource for human survival. If we fail to conserve water, eventually an adequate, healthy water supply may no...

The Best Toilets to Buy

Toilets provide a sanitary way to dispose of human waste and have many interesting and important features, says Virginia Gardiner,...

Examples of Ways to Conserve Water

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, only 0.6 of the Earth’s water is available for at-home use. Taking steps t...
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