There are lots of things that you can do to begin saving water inside your home. We're encouraging our residents to do just one thing to save water such as, replacing older appliances with high-efficiency fixtures and receiving a cash rebate or by changing up your water-use behaviors!
Explore the links below for information about Bozeman's water resources, and to learn fast and easy ways to save water around your home:
According to the EPA, about 10% of homes have leaks that ways at least 90 gallons of water or more per day. That's about 2,000 homes in Bozeman! Learn the importance of fixing faucets, showerheads, toilets, and more in our fixing leaks section.
Looking for additional resources? Check out the leak information on EPA's WaterSense website too for more information!
Did you know faucet's actually account for about 16% of your household water use? By swapping your faucet out with a more efficient model, or by installing faucet aerator, you can reduce your faucet's flow by 30%. Learn more about how to reduce your faucet's flow here.
Water-Saving Toilet Talk
Toilets are the highest water-using fixture in your home. Check out some watering saving tips and more, and start becoming more water smart! It only takes one thing to begin making a difference - check out our suggestions and see where you can begin to conserve water!
An average American family washes almost 400 loads of laundry each year - that's almost 16,000 gallons of water each year if you own a conventional washer that uses 40 gallons per load! Learn more about what measures you can take to become more water smart here.