Conserve Water And Save Money
- 02 Aug, 2019
How you can help the environment,
conserve water and save money.
All at the same time!
You don't have to give up clean, quality, great tasting water to save money while helping the environment.
Did you know: The average person drinks a half gallon of water a day. A family of 4 would go through 2 gallons.
You can buy bottled water, but how many of those bottles land in the the landfill? With bottled water 1 case contains approximately 3 gallons depending upon the brand. It takes at least 450 years for 1 bottle to degrade. A reverse osmosis or water filtration system is a one time purchase. Replacement filters average $45 to $75 per year saving you hundreds of dollars.
Don't throw another bottle in the landfill!
There are many states other than California suffering from drought conditions. We never think about them. As of July 2019 those states are Washington, Oregon, Arizona, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.
How can you help and still get clean, quality great tasting water with a reverse osmosis system? It's called ZeroWaste®. We have created 2 Reverse Osmosis Systems which waste no water. The water is recycled back into your hot water supply.
Save water from the drain with a Zero Waste System!
Is there a way to get hot water faster without spending extra money? The average home has 125 feet of 3/4 inch pipe which holds 3.14 gallons of water. If you run the hot water 10 times a day you waste 31 gallons of water waiting for the water to get hot. In a year, this equals 11,461 gallons of water.
With a Watts Instant Hot Water Recirculation System you no longer have to wait! This system uses a pump installed on the hot water heater combined with a sensor valve at the furthest sink. When the system is running, the cold water from the hot water line is pushed into the cold water line until reaching a warm 98 degrees creating instant hot water.
Don't wait for hot water, while water runs down the drain!
Water conservation can save money both in the short and long run.