Customers
  • Always make sure that taps/faucets are tightly closed.
  • Regularly check your pipes for leaks and have them repaired immediately.
  • Reuse water. For example, water used to wash dishes may may be reused for flushing the toilet.
  • When doing laundry by hand, soak heavily soiled clothes first to remove dirt easily. Use a basin or wash tub with the right amount of water.
  • Don't let the basin overflow under a running tap.
  • When doing a laundry by washing machine, wash with a full load only every other day. Use necessary amount of detergent so that less rinsing is required.
  • When bathing, take short showers or use pail and dipper instead.
  • Turn off tap while washing, shaving or brushing teeth. Use a glass of water for gargling.
  • Instead of using running water, fill a basin of water to soak and clean fruits and vegetables or even to rinse dishes.
  • Do not thaw frozen food under a running tap. Bring out frozen food early enough to thaw at room temperature before cooking.
  • Water plants, garden or lawn during cooler parts of the day like early in the morning or late in the afternoon.
  • When washing the car, use a pail, not a water hose, and a cotton rag instead of a sponge.