Fix A Leak Week is Done, But the Leaks Go On

It’s the last day of Fix-A-Leak Week! So far, we’ve talked about the problem (leaks, and especially leaking flappers and running toilets). Now, it’s time to talk about the solution. Like we explained in Day 5, leaks are the kind of invisible water that we can save....

The Hidden Cost of Leaks and Running Toilets

Ring, ring! Is your toilet running? Well, you better go catch it! Especially if you want to save your water bill. Although you may think that faulty meters, cracked water pipes, or mistakes by the water utility are the most likely contributors to a spike in your water...

HOW MUCH WATER DO WE REALLY HAVE ON THE BLUE PLANET?

Hint: it’s not as much as a globe suggests. Our earth is 75% water, sure­— but less than 1% is actually available for us to use. That’s less than 1% for the cleanliness, the sanitation, and the thirst of 7.5 billion people. Which, is precisely why that water only...

Introducing: The Real Enemy. Let’s Investigate the Running Toilet.

Today on Fix-A-Leak Week, we’re looking at accidental household water wastage in a slightly different way. If you’ve been following our daily posts this week, you’re basically experts yourself on the kind of damage that leaks can cause, both environmentally and...