Numbers on Personal Water Conservation
Posted October 26, 2007 5:08 p.m. EDT
Raw numbers show how much water can be saved by taking conservation measure individually and at home.
Each individual in a single-family home typically uses 69.3 gallons of water a day.
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But with water conservation measures, households can cut use by about 45 percent to 45.2 gallons per capita daily. Measures include installing more effiecient water fixtures and checking for leaks.
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