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We take pride in the high quality of water we supply. To view our water quality reports, please click here.

Wise Water Use in the Kitchen and Laundry

More than 10% of all water used in the home is used in the washing machine. An automatic clothes washer, at full cycle and highest water level, uses 30-35 gallons of water. The dishwasher is also a potential heavy user, requiring 25 gallons for a full cycle. Dishwashing with the tap running takes five gallons per minute – approximately 30 gallons per average washing.

Here are some tips for saving water in your kitchen and laundry:

  • Instead of running water continuously, fill wash and rinse basins with water.
  • Run only full loads in the dishwasher. Avoid using the extra cycle.
  • Chill drinking water in the refrigerator instead of running the tap.
  • Use your garbage disposal sparingly, using a garbage can for most kitchen waste.
  • Wash only full loads of clothes on the short cycle in your washing machine.
  • Check faucets and hose connections for leaks. Repair or replace whenever necessary.

For more water conservation tips click here.

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