06 April . 2018
Conservation Tips to Reduce Your Daily Impact
If you’re looking to reduce your environmental impact and save a few dollars, try utilizing the following conservation tips around your house.
- Landscape using natural desert vegetation in your yards. These resilient plants are low maintenance and require little water to survive.
- In the average home, showers are typically the third largest water use after toilets and washing machines – utilize water efficient appliances and plumbing and reduce lengthy showers.
- Replace traditional incandescent light bulbs with long-lasting LEDs or CFL bulbs. These efficient bulbs use as little as 1/4 the energy of regular bulbs and can last 10 times as long.
- Manage your thermostat – adjusting heating and cooling temperatures by just two degrees throughout the year can offer cost-savings on your power bill.
Incorporate any of these strategies into your home to begin a commitment to conservation and limit your impact on the environment.
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