This is a common site in my client's showers, tubs and sinks. They use trash cans and buckets to collect warm-up water that they then carry outside to irrigate plants and gardens. Who knew there was a entire underground movement of eco-warriors carting water, day after day, working to conserve even a few gallons of our most precious resource. Bravo to you all.
8/26/2012 03:23:33 pm
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11/18/2015 05:54:48 am
Lovely site. Which brings me to a point you might want to fix in this article...'Site' is a place. 'Sight' is something you see. Ergo, the trashcan in the shower is a common sight. No harm, no foul, I knew what you meant as it's a common sighting to see the trashcan in my shower site.
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Where I live, San Diego, our community imports 85% of its water. This blog is a place for Water Warriors to post their strategies, systems, new ideas for conserving water. If we all work to conserve water, we can create a more sustainable future for our children and all life in our beautiful bio region.