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Device guide to save water in the home

The water saving is important for several reasons, from reducing the cost of household bill to environmental reasons. To achieve this, there are a number of habits and customs that should be incorporated, but there are also some devices that maximize the use of water and, consequently, spend less. This article describes some of these devices, such as low consumption cisterns, low flow dripsndrops.net shower head guide , single lever faucets, low consumption washers and water recirculation systems.

Devices to consume less water in the home

There are many ways to save water at home. Some of these formulas have to do with habits and habits : do not leave the tap open while you brush your teeth or scrub pots in the kitchen, showering instead of bathing, thawing the products inside the refrigerator instead of doing it under The faucet open, water the garden in the early morning or late afternoon, etc.

Others, however, are related to the installation of various devices and devices that maximize water performance . Listed below are some of the most important ones.

Adapting the cisterns, showers and taps allows the saving of large amounts of water and, therefore, also of money

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