Published on May 6th, 2009 | by Reenita Malhotra

The Green Living Guide To Home Water Conservation

Most of us take for granted the fact that we can turn on the tap to receive an endless supply of water. But in fact, this is one of our scarcest natural resources.glghwc_top_530

Did you know that four out of every ten people are impacted by the scarcity of water? The irony is that while nearly 1 billion people around the world lack access to clean and safe drinking water, the average American uses more than 100 gallons of water in a single day!

In a world that is threatened by the increasing scarcity of water, it is imperative to think about how to conserve this resource so that we can make better use of the little that we have. While large scale non-profits and state sponsored organizations are putting their heads together on the issue, there is plenty that the average person can do to conserve water at home. Honestly, it’s this kind of effort that is likely to make the difference.

We’re happy to announce to announce the availability of our newly published, no-cost e-book, The Green Living Guide™ to Home Water Conservation. The book takes you through various issues surrounding the water shortage and drought. It is also an exhaustive reference to water saving tips, ideas and how-to’s for practically every aspect of your home, both inside and outside.

The book, written by Reenita Malhotra, published through Blue Living Ideas, and brought to you courtesy of Kohler’s Save Water America Campaign, is being released chapter by chapter. Each chapter will be delivered straight to your email inbox.

Click here to receive your copy of the book.

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3 Responses to The Green Living Guide To Home Water Conservation

  1. Scott James says:

    Great to see this book out there– the paradox of the scarcity/ preciousness of water on the Earth and the massive amounts used in the US every day is shocking.

    Thanks for making this guide happen (and for it being an ebook!)

  2. Green Living Readers,
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  3. Betty says:

    I also found a GREAT way to save the enviroment by using filtered water bottles, I love the NEW stainless steel from they carry a great line of filtered water bottles that adjust to your budget.. from $15 to $35, and you can use this great bottles over 3months or MORE, then just replace the filter and re-use them again… GREAT for the enviroment, and also for ON THE GO!!! 🙂

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