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Frequently Asked Questions
Energy Saving Tips
Large Appliance Tips
Small Appliance Tips
Never turn on a water tap and leave the room.
When hand-washing dishes, don’t fill the sink exclusively with hot water – add cold water as well.
After hand-washing dishes, do not rinse clean dishes under hot water in order to ‘air-dry faster’ -- this does not significantly reduce the drying time and is a waste of hot water.
Do not start hand-washing dishes and get distracted. Finish the job so you don’t have to empty and refill the sink with warm water again.
If something is stuck to the bottom of a pot or pan after cooking, add some water and let it soak before scrubbing. Do not hold the pot or pan underneath continuously running water.
When preparing food, fill the sink or a pan with water to wash fruits and vegetables. Keep the water level to a minimum – the idea is to clean the food items, not float them.
If you have a dishwasher, don’t rinse dishes in the sink beforehand-- Just scrape the leftover food off before you load into the dishwasher.
Turn the tap water off while brushing your teeth, shaving, or washing your face. Continuously running the tap wastes a lot of water.
Don’t use the toilet to dispose of facial tissues, dental floss or other waste items.
Take short, 5-minute showers. Don’t lose track of time!
Have a shower instead of a bath, as showering uses about half as much hot water. Find other activities to relax and unwind.
If you have young children that you put in the bathtub, use medium temperature water and keep water levels low. The rubber ducky will still float!
Follow your hair stylist’s advice and don’t wash your hair every day.
If you are feeling cold in the winter, use a hot water bottle if you have one. It uses a lot less water than a hot shower.
If you have a leaky faucet, alert the appropriate contact for your building so they can deal with it. A constant drip wastes a lot of water.
If your toilet handle frequently sticks in the flush position and causes water to run constantly, alert the appropriate contact for your building so they can deal with it.
When drinking tap water, don’t ‘let it run’ to cool the water down. Use an ice cube instead or try keeping a pitcher of cold water in the fridge.
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