Tip collections from water heroes in our community
We love living on acreage, but to make sure we keep everything green and growing, we need to do our bit to save water.
There are many ways to save water – and for gardeners, it is important to be aware of how much water we’re using during the drought.
There are so many quick ways you can save water around the house and keep wastage to a minimum.
Get your housemates together and find out how you can all save our precious water. Every drop counts!
When we save water, it can all start right in your own home by implementing simple ‘do-it-yourself’ tasks
At Cornersmith, we're always looking for ways to reduce our waste, and that extends to the water we use too!
It’s easier than you think to do your bit to save water around the home (especially the kitchen). Join me & start using water wisely!
Being in a drought doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice your plants or bathing your pets! You just need to reuse water whenever possible!
Over half of the water we use indoors is in the bathroom, making it a great place to start saving water.
Even the smallest changes can help you save little amounts in your everyday life and makes living green so easy.
Pick at least 5 water-saving tips that you haven't done before and try to incorporate these within in your daily routine. Make saving water a habit.
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Water restrictions are now on
It’s too soon to say if the recent rain is the start of drought recovery, or welcome temporary relief from dry conditions. In the meantime, it's important we continue to conserve water so Level 2 water restrictions still apply.
Level 2 water restrictions are in place and they limit how we use water outdoors. We can also make a big difference to how much water we use inside the home through simple water saving techniques and water saving devices. There are some simple yet effective adjustments we can all make to save water like switching to water-efficient toilets and shower heads, using pool covers, and repairing leaks (every litre counts).