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    Max Lowe

    There are lots of ways to save water in your bathroom – the place where we ultimately use the most water in the home. For example, rather than take a daily bath, why not enjoy a refreshing shower instead and think of relaxing in the tub as an occasional treat. The average freestanding tub uses between 35-50 gallons of water, whereas a 10 minute shower (with a low-flow shower head) uses only 25 gallons.

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    Anna Smith

    There is definitely something to be said about changing our mindset and behaviors, and what goes on in the bathroom is a good place to start. Thinking about a bath as a treat, rather than a daily activity, is a great way to begin that process of being more aware of our water use (while also giving us something to look forward to!).

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