Saving water indoors
Let's be honest: We live in the Sonoran Desert. So while SRP and others have planned for water needs well into the future, we still need to protect this precious resource.
That starts with how you use water indoors. See below for ideas.
Replace a worn out flapper
Showers, toilets and faucets can account for up to 30% of indoor water use, so the opportunities for water savings are big in the bathroom.
Enjoy the sweet sound of silence and slice into a problem – leaks – that wastes nearly 1 trillion gallons of water globally, all by replacing the flapper on your leaky toilet. Best part of all? It's easy to do.
See where your water comes from
The water delivered to your home travels more than 150 miles through mountain and desert terrain before it emerges from your tap.
Want more water saving tips?
Whether cooking, doing the dishes or cleaning up, water is a regular part of kitchen activities. Some of the best conservation in the kitchen starts by changing your habits. Shut off faucets when in not in use and reuse water from cooking and cleaning for other purposes.